Donald Trump was not happy to hear these seven words from Sean Hannity

Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity is one of Donald Trump’s biggest supporters in conservative media.

But Hannity made a mistake.

And Donald Trump was not happy to hear these seven words from Sean Hannity.

Donald Trump reportedly endorsed Dr. Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate race due to Hannity talking him into it.

Polls show Oz trailing radical socialist Democrat John Fetterman.

Oz can’t consolidate the conservative base due to the fact that he is a leftist who supports abortion-on-demand, red flag gun confiscation laws, and transgender surgeries for minor children.

There are reports that Trump is unhappy with Hannity for talking him into endorsing such a poor candidate, as Dr. Oz never would have come close to winning the Senate Primary without the former President’s backing.

Tara Palmieri of Puck News reported that the two argued about Hannity’s support for a RINO like Dr. Oz.

During the argument, Hannity allegedly told Trump that “the Party has moved on from you.”

“But Trump isn’t just pissed that Hannity led him toward a fumbling candidate. He is telling people that Hannity, in their latest dust-up over Oz, told him, ‘The party has moved on from you.’ There probably aren’t any stronger fighting words in Trump’s mind. Ironically, just months ago Hannity was pressuring Trump to endorse Oz as the way to clinch the nomination,” Palmieri wrote.

Even though Hannity denied making such comments, this is the second instance of a major star at Fox News hinting that it was time to move on from Trump.

Laura Ingraham told Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe that maybe the country was ready to turn the page on Trump.

Ingraham said Republicans may be tiring of the constant fight between Trump and the anti-Trump Left and could be looking for his America First agenda without him being the one in charge.

“People conflate Trump with people’s overall sense of happiness in the country. Donald Trump’s been a friend of mine for 25 years, and I’m always very open about this on my show. But, you know we’ll see whether that’s what the country wants,” Ingraham told Boothe. “The country I think is so exhausted. They’re exhausted by the battle, the constant battle, that they may believe that, well, maybe it’s time to turn the page if we can get someone who has all Trump’s policies, who’s not Trump.”

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