After the dust settled from the media firestorm that followed Fox News host Sean Hannity’s accusation that fellow network anchor Megyn Kelly is a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the two hosts appeared to put their feud behind them.
Hannity lashed out at Kelly on Twitter Wednesday evening after she suggested that that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump does not “venture out to the unsafe spaces” and instead favors of programs such as the one hosted by “my friend at 10 o’clock.”
On Thursday evening, Kelly tweeted a picture with Hannity, captioned, “We’re Irish. It’s complicated” and that the pair remain friends.
Hannity promptly echoed Kelly’s sentiment.
Some Twitter users, however, weren’t convinced.
Fox execs manufacture a happy ending. https://t.co/x49C2Di7Pc— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1)October 7, 2016
Looks like someone had a talk with HR. https://t.co/iyzSy5XIbs— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 7, 2016
I guess there were some meetings at 1211 avenue of the americas today…. https://t.co/hF9t79NLJo— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) October 7, 2016
I'm not sure the smile on Hannity's face could look more forced if he tried. https://t.co/GytVOGbnAg— Jeff (@DeGironimo) October 7, 2016
@megynkelly someone got a call from corporate.— Jay Wiley (@Wileyatx) October 7, 2016
Hannity disputed claims that the two hosts were ordered by Fox News to resolve the tensions between them.
Actually that's just not true. 2 friends just worked out a MINOR disagreement https://t.co/JduyLi949p— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 7, 2016
Hannity also elaborated on his personal style of “street martial arts.”
Street martial arts for 5 years. A lot of core work. https://t.co/eXNB8hh9PU— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 7, 2016
Eclectic blend of Krav Maga, Kempo JuiJitsu. Sensei has 10 blackbelts multiple degrees. Finally got Brown. https://t.co/Lr4Umbp5zF— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 7, 2016
Kelly recently challenged Clinton to join her for an interview after the democratic nominee called her a “superb journalist.”
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