Donald Trump insisted that he really was against the Iraq War, saying during Monday night’s presidential debate that a Fox News personality could vouch for him.
“I had numerous conversations with Sean Hannity at Fox,” Trump said. “And he called me the other day, and I spoke to him about it. He said, ‘You were totally against the war.’ He was for the war.”
Hannity, a Trump booster and an informal adviser to the Trump campaign, claimed recently that Trump opposed the war in private conversations.
Sean Hannity was the first to encounter Donald Trump after his first face-off with Hillary Clinton, and the Fox host was positively gushing about the mogul's performance.
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During the first presidential debate, Donald Trump again insisted that he did not support the Iraq War, despite some evidence to the contrary. Trump's rival, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, said in response to a que...
Yes, Donald Trump went ahead and repeatedly name-dropped Fox News' Sean Hannity when he was defending himself on his Iraq War position.