Fox News host Sean Hannity is demanding CBS News release his entire interview with veteran journalist Ted Koppel on “Sunday Morning,” after Mr. Koppel said Mr. Hannity’s show was “bad for America.”
Mr. Hannity said his 45-minute interview with Mr. Koppel was unfairly edited down to less than two, and that many of the points he made didn’t make it into the broadcast.
In the segment that aired, Mr. Hannity argued that the American people were smart enough to distinguish between opinion shows and news shows. Mr. Koppel said he didn’t think that was the case.
“Do you think we’re bad for America?” Mr. Hannity asked. “You think I’m bad for America?”
“Yeah,” Mr. Koppel responded. “In the long haul, I think you and all these opinion shows are.”
“That’s sad, Ted,” Mr. Hannity interjected.
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