Ann Coulter accuses Sean Hannity of censoring her; public spat that follows makes fans uncomfortable

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On Thursday, conservative author and pundit Ann Coulter used Twitter to promote her upcoming appearance, which had already been taped, on Fox News’ Hannity by including one key warning to host Sean Hannity:

So, what happened? Coulter’s comments on Goldman Sachs were indeed absent from the actual airing.

And boy, was Ann ticked…

Hannity wasn’t about to take the censorship insinuation lying down, and fired back the next day:

https://twitter.com/seanhannity/status/878411743697010688

https://twitter.com/seanhannity/status/878412207272415233

So, time constraint or Goldman Sachs conspiracy? We know what Alex Jones might say, but what say YOU?

Here’s the actual clip via Fox News, minus any reference to Goldman Sachs (despite what the title says):

Either way…

https://twitter.com/passantino/status/878413405815582721

Indeed!

Here’s a sampling of Twitter reactions to Hannity and Coulter’s little spat:

And finally, the best point of all…

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