Sean Hannity lashes out at ‘Porn King’ CNN chief for taking a swipe at Fox News

The cable news war just got hotter.

Sean Hannity on Thursday delivered an on-air rant against CNN President Jeff Zucker for his comments labeling Fox News “state-run TV” that “does a disservice to the country.”

Hannity first mocked CNN, which he called the “Clinton News Network,” for its “obsession” with the word “s**thole” following President Trump’s alleged remark about Haiti and other third-world countries.

After playing a series of clips showing CNN anchors saying “s**hole” live on-air, he declared that CNN’s “new obsession” is “soft-core pornography,” pointing to the network’s “nonstop” coverage of Stormy Daniels–the porn star who claims to have had an affair with the president in 2006.

CNN President Jeff Zucker.(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File).

“If you’re looking for 24/7 never-ending, looped around porn-related news, CNN Fake News, they’ve got you covered,” Hannity said.

The Fox News host argued that CNN’s coverage of President Trump’s alleged affairs is more harsh than the rival network’s treatment of the sexual assault allegations against Democrat Bill Clinton.

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According to Hannity, the mainstream media’s interest in a sitting president’s sexual misconduct was “not present” in the ’90s.

He then dubbed Zucker the “Porn King.”

“Now we might have a brand new nickname for their leader, their chief, their CEO, Jeff Zucker, the Porn King of Cable News.”

The conservative commentator had blasted Zucker on Twitter earlier on Thursday.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zucker told the press at a Financial Times event that Fox News “is really state-run TV. It is a pure propaganda machine, and I think does incredible disservice to this country.”

“State-run TV” has been a common phrase used by liberal pundits, including CNN’s Don Lemon, to describe “Fox News.”

Hannity concluded his reflection on CNN:

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“This proves what I have been saying about journalism … it’s dead and buried in this country.”

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