Sean Hannity thinks snitching is good, except for Trump witnesses
President Trump’s close adviser, Sean Hannity, is publicly telling witnesses in the Mueller probe to withhold information about crimes that were committed. Ari Melber breaks down how this is a stark departure for Hannity, who previously criticized the so-called “stop snitching” rhetoric that discouraged people from cooperating with police investigations in what he referred to as “urban communities”. Dr. Jason Johnson tells Ari Melber that if Hannity were not “knee-deep in the muck and in the swamp” he would “keep his mouth quiet”.
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