Jimmy Kimmel and Sean Hannity’s feud is over. The two got into a flame war on Twitter last week but it has already fizzled out. Kimmel issued a bland apology Sunday and Hannity accepted it.
“I believe everyone should accept apologies, that’s how I was raised, that’s what my religion teaches me, and I’m going to assume he’s sincere,” Hannity said.
“I do really kind of enjoy a good fight, and I do agree with Jimmy in the sense that it’s time to move on. For me, it was never about Hannity vs. Jimmy Kimmel. It’s a lot bigger than that for me… My bet is that you’ll agree with me on a lot more issues than you think.”
Hannity offered to have Kimmel on his show. It would be interesting to see the debate, they both would be trying to destroy each other but Hannity would have the advantage. Kimmel doesn’t have much substance to him. Most of his jokes lately are political.
Liberals like hearing anti-Trump nonsense. Kimmel’s great at insulting the president but his comedy doesn’t have anything else going for it.
“From my point of view, it’s over with Jimmy Kimmel,” Hannity said. “My producers spent all weekend compiling a lot of your highlights — or lowlights — in your career; they don’t make you look too good. So instead of airing them, we’ll put them in storage.”
Hannity’s career is thriving. He has the most popular show on cable news. People love him. Kimmel, meanwhile, is popular among Hollywood elites but his show is a lot less popular than Hannity’s.
“Don’t worry — just keep tweeting — you’ll get back on top! (or does Trump prefer you on bottom?),” Kimmel tweeted at Hannity during their spat last week.
Kimmel’s routine is getting old. Even liberals disliked that joke.