Reporter notices interesting thing about who’s been filling in for Sean Hannity
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
Max Tani, a reporter for The Daily Beast, tweeted that Dan Bongino, who, according to him, “does not even have a Fox contract,” has been filling in for Sean Hannity on the network’s popular “Hannity” for two nights in a row now.
- Bongino, a former Secret Service agent, hosts a podcast and also has appeared on Fox News and InfoWars.
- He does not, however, appear to have a formal agreement — even as a contributor or analyst — in place with Fox News according to Tani’s tweet.
- Others on the string point out the possible internal grumblings passing over numerous staff talent for an outsider could have triggered.
- The editions of “Hannity” are billed as “Hannity Special”s according to the “sliver” that runs along the bottom of the screen.
Dan Bongino, who does not even have a Fox News contract, is hosting Hannity for the second night in a row. pic.twitter.com/ZpEIrRGudV
— Max Tani (@maxwelltani) December 21, 2018