In case you missed the Hannity interview with President Trump pre-Super Bowl, we’ve got you covered.
I had the TV on but somehow missed it.
So if you’re like me, here you go!
Fox News reports:
In an exclusive interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity during the Super Bowl LIV pregame show, President Trump confirmed that the State of the Union address would go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday -- just a day before the Senate is set to overwhelmingly acquit him after a months-long impeachment process.
"I think she's a very confused, very nervous woman," Trump said, referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, who reluctantly announced impeachment proceedings last year after months of resisting the progressive wing of her party.
"I don't think she wanted to do this," Trump continued. "I think she really knew what was going to happen, and her worst nightmare has happened. I don't think she's gonna be there too long, either. I think that the radical left -- and she's sorta radical left too, by the way -- but I think the radical left is gonna take over."
The president cited the personal cost of the multiple investigations that have taken place during his administration, saying the media is deliberately ignoring historic economic numbers and "the good stuff" to focus on invented scandals.
"Her worst nightmare has happened."— President Trump on Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
"Well, it's been very unfair. From the day I won ... from the day I came down from the escalator. ... it probably started from there. It's been a very, very unfair process," Trump said. "The Mueller Report, Russia, Russia, Russia, as you say, which was total nonsense -- it was all nonsense, the whole thing. It was very unfair, and mostly it was unfair to my family. I mean, my family suffered because of all this. And many other families suffered also."
But, Trump said, his supporters would remain undeterred.
"There's a revolution going on in this country, and I mean a positive revolution," Trump said, noting that unemployment rates have plummeted among minority groups.
The president also asserted that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was "rigging the election again" against "crazy" Bernie Sanders and candidates such as Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., after the DNC announced it would change debate rules in a way that would help Mike Bloomberg appear on stage.
As Trump spoke, an NBC News report indicated that former Secretary of State John Kerry was overheard in Iowa discussing getting in the presidential race, as a last-ditch effort to blunt Sanders' surge in the polls and prevent him from "taking down" the Democratic Party. (Kerry, firing off a since-deleted, highly uncharacteristic profanity on Twitter, then insisted he was not running for president, but didn't deny the NBC News report.)
Asked what he felt about Bloomberg, Trump didn't hold back.
"Uh, very little. I just think of little," Trump said. "You know, now he wants a box for the debates to stand on. OK, it’s OK, there’s nothing wrong. You can be short. Why should he get a box to stand on, OK? He wants a box for the debates. Why should he be entitled to that? Really. Does that mean everyone else gets a box? ... I would love to run against Bloomberg."
And if you want a bit of history, jump back with me to 2017 when Bill O'Reilly interviewed our President before the Super Bowl.
Wow, what a blast from the past!