Hannity initially defended Moore last week following his interview of the Senate candidate on Friday.
Hannity's tone on Tuesday night differed from an interview he previously conducted with Moore on his radio show.
Fox News host Sean Hannity said late Tuesday that embattled Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore has "24 hours" to explain "inconsistencies" in his responses to mushrooming sexual misconduct allegations or he should bow to pressure to drop out of the race. He actually admitted he had "dated a lot of young ladies" when he was the Deputy District Attorney. He then said that he didn't "remember dating any girl without the permission of her mother".
Hannity played footage of Moore saying the accusation was "absolutely false" and that he didn't even know the woman.
"What all of these companies need to do right now is publicly articulate what their policies are with respect to advertising, and under what circumstances they would pull their ads from broadcasters", she said. "You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies that I just showed". "You must remove any doubt", Hannity said. "With the allegations against Judge Moore, none of us know the truth of what happened 38 years ago".
If you find NCRM valuable, would you please consider making a donation to support our independent journalism? Fox News is owned by 21st Century Fox. "Why not let the AL voters decide without Hannity trying to influence them against Moore?"
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Amnesty International has warned the law will allow the Russian authorities "to tighten their stranglehold on press freedom". He added that the government will "use the opportunities offered by the bill for a timely quid pro quo response".
Some brands have been swept up in the boycott talk without having advertised on Mr. Hannity's program in months. "Senior management at Realtor.com became aware over the weekend of the error, and the tweets were taken down Sunday and the policy was posted on our corporate website".
Media Matters issued an update that at least ten companies have distanced themselves from Hannity, including Volvo, HelloFresh, Hubble Contacts, Untuckit, and the Society for Human Resource Management.
It's unclear when Keurig stopped advertising on "Hannity".
Hannity contended that Keurig was simply misled in its decision and then called his fans to a "cease fire". "It is a group that is bought and paid for by friends and supporters of the Clintons and as you may have seen, the radical leftist group Media Matters for America".
Following Gamgort's apology, Hannity on Monday night told his viewers to "stop smashing your Keurig" machines.