Hannity said he himself does not support boots on the ground “after Vietnam and Iraq and the swamp creatures — they send our brave men and women, our national treasure, door-to-door, endless wars.”

During his monologue, Hannity hit both Democrats and the media over the outrage over Trump’s actions on Iran, saying at one point, “Despite the whining and the complaining, predictably, among Democrats and the stupid commentators on TV in the media mob, top military experts agree the president’s strategy is affective.”

Hannity’s comments were, of course, very different from Tucker Carlson an hour prior arguing for “skepticism” and ripping U.S. officials’ “built-in bias for war.”