Sean Hannity tells Ann Coulter to 'cut the BS' after she alleges censorship

Fox News host Sean Hannity told conservative columnist Ann Coulter Friday night to “cut the BS” after she alleged that she was censored on his show. Hannity said time constraints, not any objection to her commentary, was what resulted in the segment ending before she could discuss President Trump’s adding of Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn to his administration.

“Ok Ann cut the BS. You were the last guest. I was taping that night. I tried repeatedly to get you to stay on time. U went over time,” Hannity tweeted at her. He added, “I have done more to help promote you and your books which I like over the years. No CONSPIRACY. THERE ARE TIME CONSTRAINTS ON TV.”

Coulter had appeared on Hannity’s program Thursday and the three-and-a-half minute interview was mostly friendly. However, the columnist did most of the talking, monopolizing the segment with an extended digression about Left violence. Hannity had few opportunities to interject. Coulter later complained that the interview was ended before she had a chance to discuss Cohn’s appointment as director of the National Economic Council.