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WATCH: Sean Hannity Asks Rick Santorum if He’s Applied for a Job at Fox News

It’s not an easy job being the token talking head at a television network. For the last few years, Rick Santorum has given the Conservative point of view on CNN. That is, until he made offensive remarks about how Native Americans had nothing to do with the shaping of the country.

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Santorum wasn’t fired by CNN right away. But once the network realized that none of the their networks wanted to work with him anymore, the former Pennsylvania senator was let go. On Monday night, Sean Hannity brought Santorum onto his show to whine about cancel culture.

“What I said was not at all disparaging of Native Americans,” whined Santorum. “What I was talking about was the founding of the United States of America, and that Native Americans did not have a role in the founding of our country.”

The former CNN pundit continued, “I give CNN credit for holding on for 4 1/2 years in spite of saying things defending President Trump and saying other things about what conservatives believe, and they gave me the opportunity to say it.”

Hannity then asked his guest, ” I assume the application is in at Fox, or no?” Santorum demurred, “Well, I’m just taking a little time off to — to regroup here a little bit and see what — see what opportunities come my way. But, let me just thank you for the opportunity to come on and — and talk. And you’re — you’ve always been a good friend. I appreciate that.”

 

 



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