Sean Hannity was so irritated by a Joe Scarborough segment that he spent an entire monologue attacking him

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 11: Sean Hannity appears on FOX News Channel's 'Hannity' at FOX Studios on May 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images); WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 19: Former Congressman Joe Scarborough (R-FL), host of MSNBC's 'Morning Joe', speaks during a taping of 'Meet the Press' at NBC October 19, 2008 in Washington, DC. Former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell (ret.), David Brooks, a Columnist at the New York Times, Jon Meacham, Editor of Newsweek magazine, Andrea Mitchell, of NBC News, and former Congressman Joe Scarborough (R-FL), host of MSNBC's 'Morning Joe', appeared on the show to speak about the upcoming US presidential election, domestic and foreign policy issues. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images for Meet The Press)

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Fox News anchor Sean Hannity dedicated a portion of his show solely to criticizing MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough.

Uncreatively borrowing from President Trump’s insult style, Hannity managed to spend nearly five minutes criticizing “Liberal Joe.”

Ironically enough, Hannity began the segment by calling Scarborough’s coverage “vicious, nasty, one-sided, petulant” and “arrogant.”

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Hannity and Scarborough are no strangers to childishness. The pair regularly exchange blows on the air, in interviews and on social media.

Hannity has even attacked Scarborough’s hair.

“Did anyone else notice, by the way, the hair last night?” he once asked. “Wow. I guess Mika’s telling him it looks really cool,” the anchor added, speaking of Scarborough’s co-host and fiancée Mika Brzezinski.

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