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Sean Hannity Responds to Ted Koppel’s Attack on His Show

After an exchange on CBS Sunday Morning, conservative talk show host Sean Hannity struck back at Ted Koppel on Twitter over Koppel’s claim that Hannity’s show was bad for America.

During the exchange — which, according to the U.K. Daily Mail, Hannity said was edited — Koppel said that “influential” shows like Hannity’s are bad for America “in the long haul.”

“Do you think we’re bad for America? You think I’m bad for America?” Hannity asked, to which Koppel replied yes.

“You have attracted people who are determined that ideology is more important than facts,” the ABC News veteran said, apparently unfazed by or unaware of the irony.

Hannity called Koppel “cynical,” which the newsman assented to. He also argued that Americans are smart enough to know what’s opinion and what’s fact.

“We have to give some credit to the American people that they are somewhat intelligent and that they know the difference between an opinion show and a news show,” Hannity said.

Afterwards, the Fox News host jumped onto Twitter to give his side of the story: