Joe Biden has barely been president for a day, and yet Sean Hannity has already labelled his first week in office as “disastrous”.
In fact, it hadn’t even been 24 hours into Biden’s presidency when the Fox News host relentlessly criticised his conduct.
“The Biden administration is off to a very rocky start,” he said on his Thursday segment, before claiming the president was “struggling” to answer questions.
When Biden was questioned about his vaccine rollout plan, he responded, “come on, give me a break, man.”
Hannity also criticised his “anti-energy policies” in reference to the president’s decision to cancel the Keystone pipeline, one of the many executive orders he signed on his first day in office to reverse Trump’s policies.
To top it all off, Hannity said he has some information on Hunter Biden’s laptop, a story that somehow still hasn’t gone away yet.
In other news, he also lambasted Biden for not having the pandemic under control, despite staying pretty quiet when 400,000 Americans died from Covid-19 while Trump was in office.
In response, people ruthlessly mocked Hannity for not understanding that a week consists of seven days, while others called him “pathetic” and “an embarrassment”.
Well, it’s back to business as usual at Fox News.