Donald Trump wants to phone a friend when it comes to his position on the Iraq War: Fox News anchor Sean Hannity. Trump apparently had some very intricate, top secret, and extensive conversations with Hannity about his views on the war—if only reporters would check into it! Trump assured viewers of that Monday night from the debate stage:
I then spoke to Sean Hannity, which everyone refuses to call Sean Hannity.
Fox News' Sean Hannity said Monday that Donald Trump did in fact oppose the Iraq War before it began, claiming that Trump told him so in private conversations at the time.
From the March 11 edition of Fox News's Hannity: SEAN HANNITY (HOST): By the way, for the record, you were going to be on camera with us tonight, but at the advice of Secret Service and others they asked you not to. Is that correct?...
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. “A...
The GOP candidate urges the media to confirm his opposition to the Iraq War by contacting Sean Hannity.