Michael Cohen's counsel "was clearly more concerned about protecting the president than protecting Sean Hannity," Stormy Daniels's attorney said.
"It's beneath contempt," Joe Scarborough said. "Sean Hannity is a desperate, desperate man. Desperately defending a desperate, desperate president."
Sean Hannity has floated his latest conspiracy theory about the former president.
President Trump reportedly speaks regularly with Hannity, who has been making inflammatory comments about the memo all week.
The Fox News host previously suggested a memo that reportedly details abuse of government authority under the Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) is bigger than Watergate.
Social media accounts are amplifying a far-right movement to boycott the firm after it pulled ads from Hannity's show.
Instead, he ran President Donald Trump's South Korea speech in full.
The rules were broken during discussions of Trump's travel ban and the Manchester bombing.
Clinton "[gave away] nuclear capabilities to our enemies," the ex-White House adviser said.
The president went after his attorney general on Twitter and ended up taking a swipe at Ukraine and election opponent Hillary Clinton.
All of the network's prime-time shows have gleefully discussed reopening a case that was closed last year by the FBI.
The Fox brand was hurt, companies yanked their ads, so O'Reilly was toast.
Fox had its largest effects early in the year, but little effect during the summer and fall.
Hillary Clinton appoints Barack Obama to the Supreme Court, Bernie Sanders as treasury secretary...
Trump stood there and scowled while deciding when to interrupt Clinton next.
Trump's comments came in the second part of an interview conducted on Tuesday with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity.