Kellyanne Conway thinks, "Maybe this will work for me."



  • https://pagesix.com/2020/06/03/sean-hannity-and-wife-divorce-after-more-than-20-years-of-marriage/

    Fox News host Sean Hannity and his wife, Jill Rhodes, have divorced after more than 20 years of marriage, Page Six has exclusively confirmed.

    Hannity, 58, and former journalist Rhodes, 57, were married in 1993 and have two children, a son, Patrick, and a daughter, Merri Kelly.

    Friends of the former couple say they have been legally divorced for more than a year and separated many years prior to that, but kept it under wraps.

    However, rumors of a split were floating around prior to the COVID-19 pandemic as Rhodes was not seen at various Fox News events alongside Hannity.

    When asked for comment, Hannity and Rhodes issued a joint statement to Page Six, which reads, “Sean and Jill are committed to working together for the best interests of their children. Amicable agreements were entered into over four years ago between Sean and Jill.

    “They maintain a close relationship as parents to their children. Neither will have any further comments and ask for the sake of their children that their privacy be respected.”

    One friend of the former couple, who lived together on Long Island, said their split “is very amicable. Sean and Jill remain on very good terms and still have family dinners, and attend tennis tournaments for their children. Sean is still close with members of Jill’s family.”



  • Somehow amicable is not the word that first comes to mind with either of them.



  • @Mik I watch Hannity maybe once a week.

    Years ago (15?) I happened to tune into his radio show.

    Wow.

    If you think he's shrill on TV, you should have heard him on the radio - screaming, berating callers, loud and basically unhinged.

    You know how people say that Rush is, basically, an entertainer? Listening to Hannity on the radio made me a believer in that. He was totally different from what I see on TV.

    That said, I've never tuned into his radio show since then.



  • Divorce?
    Does that still happen?
    I'm shocked. Thanks for bringing this up, it changes everything.



  • George, I had a similar experience and reaction. Not a fan.



  • I used to listen to Hannity on the radio on my drive home each day. Overall I enjoyed it and his positions, but stopped after I got a different job in 2012. Since then it seems he’s become more and more extreme and a Trump sycophant.



  • @89th said in Kellyanne Conway thinks, "Maybe this will work for me.":

    I used to listen to Hannity on the radio on my drive home each day. Overall I enjoyed it and his positions, but stopped after I got a different job in 2012. Since then it seems he’s become more and more extreme and a Trump sycophant.

    He's certainly a Trump sycophant.

    Based on my one experience of listening to him back in 2005 (?) I find it hard that he's gotten more extreme. On the radio he was really out there.

    But what really got me was how abusive and obnoxious he was to his callers.



  • After Hannity’s radio hour came Mark Levin who was REALLY out there, and way rude to the callers! Lol



  • Levin isn't "out there", he's one of the smartest people in that business. Yes, he can be rude. But he's rude with idiots.



  • Congratulations to Mr. Hannity and Ms. Rhodes for finding an arrangement that works for them, sanctity of marriage notwithstanding.



  • @89th said in Kellyanne Conway thinks, "Maybe this will work for me.":

    After Hannity’s radio hour came Mark Levin who was REALLY out there, and way rude to the callers! Lol

    Oh, Levin can be a jerk, but he's a very smart jerk.

    For a much better Levin experience, catch his Life, Liberty & Levin tv show. Low-key, almost Buckley-esque at times.



  • Fair points, @Larry and @Jolly


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