Hannity vows not to appear onstage at Trump rally, then does

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Though President Donald Trump was technically stumping for Republican senatorial candidate Josh Hawley, it was crystal clear to everyone in that arena and everyone watching the final rally that Tuesday's midterm elections are largely a referendum on the man at the podium.

Fox News employees expressed outrage this week after Sean Hannity referred to his own network as "fake news" at a campaign rally with President Donald Trump.

The Fox News star was telecasting his show from Cape Girardeau, Mo., where he came to interview the president who was holding an election eve rally there.

The same red "Make America Great Again" hats, tossed to supporters before the president's arrival and sold at concession stands, dotted the crowds, which happily chant along with the greatest hits of the 2016 campaign, including "Lock Her Up", "Build the Wall" and a derogatory message toward a certain cable news network. In the past, Hannity has said that he's a talk show host, not a journalist.

"To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the president", Hannity said in a Twitter update Monday.

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Hours earlier he had denied that he would be campaigning at the event but did admit he would be there covering the final push, as he had in 'every election past'.

The Fox host then went into full campaign mode, declaring, "Mr. President the one thing that has defined your presidency more than anything else: promises made, promises kept" - the tautology has been one of Trump's campaign slogans looking forward to 2020. "I'm aghast as are a number of other people".

But Hannity and Pirro appeared to cross a line for Fox News during his appearance at Monday's rally.

Fox News didnt say if he faced consequences for the transgression.

Hannity being at the rally was announced ahead of time, though not the extent of his participation in it.

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When Hannity took the stage, he delighted the crowd by calling the reporters in the back of the room "fake news".

In a statement today, the network said, "Fox News does not condone any talent participating in campaign events".

As shameless as that kind of partisan cheerleading is for a channel with "news" in its title, I would not be writing this column if that was all Hannity and Fox News did Monday.

Hannity was rebuked by Fox in 2010 when it found that the Tea Party had advertised Hannity would be appearing at one of its fundraising rallies, where participants could pay a premium for seats near the set where Hannity was broadcasting his program. In 2016, for instance, he cited unscientific polls on-air after a Fox News executive told network producers that they did not meet the company's editorial standards.

Their appearances caused CNN to question Fox's credibility.

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Fox News draws a distinction between its opinion and news sides of the house.

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