Trump did not make it onto Twitter's list of the top 10 most liked and retweeted posts in 2020.
The Fox News opinion show "Hannity" was watched by an average of over 1 million viewers in the key 25-54 demographic for the first time ever during the election month.
The veteran news anchor made the comments while delivering an impassioned speech against what he called the "media mob".
"They want this witch hunt to go on in perpetuity," Hannity said of the Democrats. "They're so full of rage and insanity against the president."
"Maybe we ought to put the people who ran Operation Warp Speed in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.
Hannity insisted that the 73 million Americans that voted for Trump won't "just go away."
In response to Trump's tweets being flagged as misleading, Hannity asked if everybody could move to "free speech social network" Parler.
"The state of play in America in 2020 for Republicans is not good," South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Monday.
Hannity floated the idea while discussing a lawsuit the Trump campaign filed to allow closer observation of vote counting in Philadelphia.
"I would argue tonight that every American should be angry, you should be outraged," Fox News host Sean Hannity said.
"Access to the ballot box is a priority for us, I know it's a hard concept for republican to understand," Omar said after Hannity criticized her for encouraging Minnesotans to use the state's same-day voter registration.
Kirstie Alley said Monday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes "these constant gaffes that have these actual racist overtones."
"Questions, topics, tactics, all reeking of nothing but pure political bias," claimed the Fox News host.
This morning, the President took aim at his opponent's mental stability once again in a tweet lambasting Biden for mistakingly saying he was running for senate.
The president said he felt "really good" and described himself as in "great shape," while discussing his desire to return to holding in-person campaign events.
The Fox news host likened President Donald Trump to the former leaders, praising his actions amid the pandemic.
"I condemn the Proud Boys," Donald Trump said. "I don't know much about the Proud Boys, almost nothing, but I condemn that."
The former AG claims the teenager was "trying to protect his state" during protests in Kenosha despite living in Illinois.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Bob Woodard's book about the Trump White House "sounds like it's not gonna be good."
Violent allegations of rape and and demands for a producer to become a "sex slave" are detailed in a complaint filed against Fox News Monday in New York federal court.
Roger Stone, former adviser to President Donald Trump, said on Monday that during the trial process "you find out who your real friends are and who the people are who never really were your friends."
Cuban brought up Hannity's town hall interview with Trump after Hannity told the Dallas Mavericks owner to admit Joe Biden "is not exactly with it."
Chuck Grassley echoed one of Trump's frequent criticisms against Fox News by asking if the cable news network has any loyalty to the president.
During a pre-taped, sit-down interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity that aired Thursday, Trump slammed crime in inner cities and said he's often thanked for his "law and order" approach amid unrest across the country.
The "Shark Tank" host explained why he backs Joe Biden for president in the upcoming 2020 election.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Democrats "want to abolish police departments and that's what it's gonna be, you know, with [Joe] Biden."
The Fox News host said the president was the victim of "corrupt" law enforcement officials who wanted to overturn his election win.
A study of 81 patients with Covid-19 in Brazil said chloroquine should not be used to treat the disease because it can lead to death.
A study from The University of Chicago suggests that Fox News viewers who preferred "Hannity" were more likely to die from Covid-19 when compared with those who preferred "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
The Comedy Central news show asked viewers which screencap from Fox News was most iconic.