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Sean Hannity radio show to be guest hosted by Rudy Giuliani, Trump lawyers



WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 24: (L to R) Fox News television personality and political commentator Sean Hannity and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer stand near the podium after recording an interview in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House, January 24, 2017 in Washington, DC. Spicer held his second daily briefing on Tuesday afternoon. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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  • Fox News host Sean Hannity announced on Friday that
    President Trump’s personal attorneys, Rudy Giuliani and Jay
    Sekulow, would be guest-hosting for his radio show.
  • The move by Hannity grants a significant platform to
    Trump’s legal team while they are in the midst of negotiating a
    meeting between the president and special counsel Robert

The personal lawyers for President Donald Trump will guest host
Sean Hannity’s radio show, the Fox News host announced Friday

Hannity wrote on Twitter that former New York City Mayor Rudy
Giuliani and Jay Sekulow, both of whom are serving as attorneys
for Trump in a personal capacity, will replace him Friday during
his daily radio show.

Hannity added a quote from Sekulow about the special counsel
investigating attempts by the Russian government to interfere in
the 2016 elections.

“The depth of corruption that led to this investigation and
that frankly continues to permeate this investigation is
unprecedented,” Sekulow said.

The move to let two of the president’s personal attorneys host a
three-hour radio show further blends Trump’s synergy with
Hannity, who often serves as an informal adviser to the

Both Giuliani and Sekulow are regular guests on Hannity’s radio
show and his self-titled, primetime Fox News program.

Trump’s lawyers will be filling in for Hannity as they are

negotiating a potential meeting
between Trump and special
counsel chief and former FBI Director Robert Mueller.

While they have been negotiating with Mueller and his team, both
lawyers have used their media platforms to speak out against the

“The reality is, the real story is not that this case isn’t
going to fizzle,” Giuliani said on Hannity’s Fox News show
Wednesday night. “It’s going to blow up on them. The real
question is, what we talked about before, there’s a lot more to
what they did that nobody knows about yet.”

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