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Shepard Smith’s latest statement regarding Sean Hannity shows that he’s unscathed by the criticism 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)

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith responded to fellow anchor Sean Hannity after Hannity brought him up on his personal radio show.

Though Hannity said that Smith was a “friend,” he briefly ranted about him being “so anti-Trump” while speaking to White House national security aide Sebastian Gorka.

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Smith responded to Hannity’s segment by saying “Sometimes facts are displeasing. Journalists report them without fear or favor” in a statement to Mediaite.

This certainly isn’t the first time Hannity has made a point of going after someone who dared criticize the president. Hannity has also had no problem with publicly bringing up his personal disagreements, including those had with fellow co-workers, in the past.

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