Hannity: Obama Continues ‘Apology Tour’ in Cairo

Jun 4, 2009 7:19am

ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: Conservative talk-show host Sean Hannity today called President Obama’s speech in Cairo part of “an apology tour” that conveys a sense that America has been “arrogant.” “This is an extension of what has become an apology tour, that America is an arrogant country,” Hannity told ABC’s Diane Sawyer on “Good Morning America.” Hannity chided Obama for not citing instances where the U.S. has come to the aid of Muslims. He also questioned the president’s decision to emphasize the American Muslim community, and to repeatedly cite the Koran. “Going into this, this is a president who said we do not consider ourselves a Christian country,” Hannity said. “He repeatedly quoted the Koran in the speech today, but he did miss some of the more controversial quotes in the Koran about infidels, about taking Christians and Jews and friends. That was an interesting omission.” He continued, “There are a lot of questions about what his real motivations are here, but it seemed like a political speech to me.”

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