Fox banner proclaims Biden’s ‘disastrous’ first week — one full day into term

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Sean Hannity hasn’t wasted any time attacking Joe Biden’s administration.

A banner that ran on Fox’s right leaning cable network Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020, Biden’s first full day in office, proclaimed “Biden’s disastrous first week.”

Twitter, of course, took notice — with many users pointing out that, by definition, a week is seven days.

It could probably be argued that the “Hannity” banner was meant to refer to the start of Biden’s “disastrous” first week — but it’s also a big leap for anyone, even a right leaning opinion host, to just assume how the next six days will unfold.

All of this comes as the U.S. is struggling to contain a worldwide pandemic and crippling economic problems that many blame on the Trump administration’s poor leadership and spread of misinformation and lies.

After Trump’s inauguration in 2017, the network often came under fire for blindly spreading these statements and its biased reporting.

The network also launched “The First 100 Days,” a show dedicated to, well, the first 100 days of Trump’s administration — but didn’t do that this time around. Instead, it filled that timeslot with a placeholder show filled largely with opinion segments.