If losing his prime-time show to Megyn Kelly is rattling Sean Hannity, he isn’t showing it.
Hannity weighed in on the report of Kelly’s move to the Fox News 9 p.m. prime-time block during his radio show, saying he’s “very happy” with the way things are turning out, and that it has no negative implications for his career.
“Let’s just say in the end I’m very happy. That’s all I can say at this point,” he said Thursday.
But Hannity didn’t reveal anything about his future on Fox.
He jokingly asked if there was anything he had missed on the Drudge Report that day, which broke the news of Kelly’s move via anonymous sources on Thursday morning.