Fox News host Sean Hannity said on-air Tuesday night that his colleague Dana Perino had removed the Twitter application from his phone.
"She's mad because — I unload," Hannity said during Wisconsin election coverage.
Perino confirmed the move on Twitter.
As a friend said, it was a 21st century intervention. He won't miss it! https://t.co/1YCvat4C6o— Dana Perino (@Dana Perino)1459909641.0
The removal of the app from Hannity's phone came after he got into a tense back-and-forth late Monday night with ex-Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields.
Moreover, in recent weeks, the conservative personality has attracted attention for using PG-13 language on the social media platform, calling detractors "assholes" and going after people for "bitching" about the tone of the GOP race.
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