On CBS News' Sunday morning program, veteran broadcaster Ted Koppel spoke with Sean Hannity and engaged in a conversation over the media's current role in American politics. After Koppel told Hannity exactly what he thought of him, the Fox News host was quick to fire back.

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Ever since the start of the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has taken part in a heated feud with the mainstream media. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has made it clear that he's not a fan of reporters and journalists, there are a select few in the press that he puts his trust in.

Of all the members of the right-wing media that support the president, it's Fox News host Sean Hannity that has been there from the very beginning, through thick and thin. In recent weeks, Hannity has gone above and behind with his support of Trump, from defending his baseless wiretapping conspiracy against Barack Obama, while throwing Republicans in Congress under the bus for not supporting the party's health care bill. During the aforementioned conversation with Ted Koppel, the former Nightline host told Hannity that he was "bad for America" because he prioritizes ideology over facts. In response, Hannity lashed out during a string of March 26 tweets.

Taking to his Twitter account on Sunday afternoon, Sean Hannity was not pleased with the finished product of his interview with Ted Koppel.

"Fake 'edited' news. I did about a 45 minute interview with CBS. They ran less than 2," Hannity tweeted, before asking, "Why did Ted cut out my many examples of media bias?" "Fake 'edited' news. I gave a example after example of why I say 'journalism is dead,' he noted, while adding, "I also gave many examples of how liberalism has failed."

"'Fake Edited News' @CBSNews release the Unedited 45 minute interview so people can see the BS games you play in the edit room," Sean Hannity tweeted, threatening, "I dare you!" "Funny behind the scenes After I answered the first question, Ted said 'none of that will air'' So I kept saying 'Ted u need to keep this in,'" Hannity claimed.

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As of press time, neither CBS nor Ted Koppel has responded to Hannity's Twitter rant.

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While Sean Hannity continues to lash out at a retired broadcaster, he still stands in support of Donald Trump who has his own issues to worry about.

After the Republican health care bill failed to gain enough support to even be put up for a vote, the president is likely going to move on to tax reform, where Hannity is expected to be right there cheering him on.