See Chuck on Hannity, May 4th, 2012

Posted by on May 4, 2012 in Appearances, Books, Films, Media | 7 comments

Tonight at 9p/12a ET, Sean Hannity sits down with a panel of experts to discuss the one-year anniversary of bin Laden’s death and whether President Obama has politicized and used it as a weapon in his re-election campaign.

The Insider offers a preview with an interview of a few of Hannity’s guests in the green room to find out what they think of how the president’s handled the anniversary, and whether they believe the U.S. is really any safer now that bin Laden’s gone. Read the rest of the Insider interview here.

The show airs May 4, 2012 on Hannity 9p/12a ET.

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  1. Chuck, I enjoyed your remarks on Hannity Friday. I lived in Viet-Nam 68-70 & was married to an Air America pilot Jon Merkel who was killed flying in Laos 18 Feb 70. I retired form 43 yrs teaching English at a girls’ school in Dallas & now volunteer at the VA Hosp in Dallas teaching creative writing. I’m eager to read your book. You’re on the “write” track.

  2. I just finished reading “Killing Che” which I enjoyed, and saw mention of an epilogue posted at the website for the book. Unfortunately, the site appears closed. Anywhere else I might find the epilogue?

    Much appreciated.

  3. Hello! How are you?

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