That has not been the case for Hannity however, who previously suffered no fallout when it was revealed he was a client of lawyer Michael Cohen, who at the time was also President Trump's legal advisor. Fox reporter Kristin Fisher, who tweeted a copy of Fox's statement today, was covering the rally. You can read my column on it here. Trump told Hannity he had seen the beginning of his show.
But Monday night's appearance at Trump's rally was one of the clearest examples to date of Hannity's growing invincibility at the network.
Fox offered no details on what it meant by "addressed".
A network spokesperson pleaded against Hannity taking the stage with the president in a statement on Tuesday. Right-wing radio star Rush Limbaugh and Trump would later speak from the stage - speeches that would be shown in part on Fox News.
"Even now, the real anger at Trump is actually at you for having elected him", he said. Promises Kept. ... He pulled out us out of the job-killing Paris Accords: Promises made. "The White House-Fox News nexus has rarely been as evident as tonight in Cape Girardeau", said Philip Rucker, White House bureau chief at The Washington Post, on Twitter.
President Trump repeatedly claimed a Democratic takeover would throw the U.S. into chaos, sparking a wave of illegal immigration and crime.
And here the message was illustrated with a photograph of Schiff with his eyes bugging out and the words "Shifty Schiff" on the screen. "The Republican agenda is delivering the American dream".
"They will be investigating Trump", Hannity added. She was taken away on a stretcher and briefly seen by cameras as men hoisted the stretcher off the ground, with her head resting on a pillow. "They don't want investigations into Hillary".
Hannity referred to former President Obama as Barack Hussein Obama. He explained that he was hosting his show live from the event and would interview Trump.
In Fort Wayne, Indiana, he said Democrats would take a "wrecking ball to our economy and to the future of our country" and that they would oversee "a socialist nightmare".
Hannity, who considers himself an opinion host and not a traditional journalists, has in the past skirted norms that would typically apply to an editorial employee of a news organization. "There's an electricity that feels like 2016". A Fox spokeswoman said she didn't know how that impression had been created. He plans to spend Election Day conducting get-out-the-vote interviews with local media at the White House.