Back in April, it was revealed through court filings that President Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen had also represented two other individuals: Deputy Finance Chair of the Republican National Committee Elliott Brody, and Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Now with the sentencing of Michael Cohen scheduled for later today, Sean Hannity has rather coincidentally deleted numerous tweets concerning his relationship with Cohen. The five deleted tweets concerning Cohen were among over 270 additional tweets that Hannity also deleted on Tuesday afternoon.
The bulk of the tweets deleted by Hannity, according to the automated Twitter bot, Screenshot Bot, which archives tweets as they are deleted, were simply messages linking to stories Hannity had published on his website Hannity.com.
The dates of approximately 268 of the 281 deleted tweets ranged between March 29 and April 23, 2018. The other 13 tweets were published by Hannity between December 10-11, 2018.
What is rather intriguing is the fact that on April 16, 2018, it was revealed that Sean Hannity was one of three clients who Michael Cohen had a relationship with. Yesterday, among the approximately 281 tweets deleted by Hannity, were five which he had posted concerning his connections to Cohen.
The deletion of these tweets came at approximately 2:55 PM ET, less than a day before Michael Cohen is scheduled to be sentenced by a federal judge. The deleted Cohen tweets can be seen below:
Hill Reporter has reached out to Fox News and Sean Hannity for comment. At the time of publication, we have not received a response.