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Sean Hannity goes on a bit of a tangent about Shepard Smith being “so anti-Trump” Barry Williams/Getty Images; Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images
ATLANTA - JUNE 17: Television personality Sean Hannity speaks during a campaign rally for Ralph Reed, a Republician candidate for the Lt. governor of Georgia, on June 17, 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia. Hannity and former U.S. Senator Zell Miller spoke in support of Reed, who faces opponent Sen. Casey Cagle of Gainesville in the July 2006 Republican primary. (Photo by Barry Williams/Getty Images); WASHINGTON - JANUARY 08: FOX News host Shepard Smith poses on the red carpet upon arrival at a salute to FOX News Channel's Brit Hume on January 8, 2009 in Washington, DC. Hume was honored for his 35 years in journalism. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Continuing to spend much of his time addressing anyone who doesn’t hold President Trump in high regard, Fox News anchor Sean Hannity recently got back into the habit of ranting about his fellow co-workers.

Hannity focused his efforts on fellow Fox News anchor Shepard Smith on his radio show.

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While speaking with White House national security aide Sebastian Gorka, Hannity said that Smith was “a friend” before speaking of his “anti-Trump” views.

“But he’s so anti-Trump,” he told Gorka. “I mean, he went off on a rant last week.”

Though Hannity assured the audience that he didn’t have an issue with Smith’s thoughts on the president, he added that “the media was praising Shep, and he’s not the biggest fan of Trump.”

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