Hannity & Colmes

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Hannity & Colmes was a talk show/pundit program on the Fox News Channel from 1996 until 2008. The program was a left/right debate style program. It featured Sean Hannity on the right, and Alan Colmes on the left. This show is similar to CNN's, now cancelled, Crossfire. Hannity and Colmes has featured prominent guests such as former Clinton Administration Advisor Dick Morris, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, New York Senator Charles Schumer, Rev. Al Sharpton, DNC Chairman Howard Dean and former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.

It was announced in November 2008, that Alan Colmes would be leaving the show by the end of the year. Effective January 12, Hannity & Colmes was simply named, "Hannity".[1]

The final show aired on January 9, 2009.


Hannity and Colmes at FoxNews.com

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