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Posted at 08:28 AM ET, 10/18/2012

Hannity ‘not suggesting’ Crowley be fired after presidential debate

Sean Hannity has nothing but disregard for CNN and Candy Crowley’s debate-moderation performance of Tuesday night, in which she pulled off a controversial on-the-spot fact-check of Mitt Romney. Referencing Rush Limbaugh’s comment that in the “real world” Crowley’s career would be over, Hannity adopted a less extreme position. Just slightly less, though: “I’m not suggesting she be fired, but in all honesty, that is bias.”

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