It's no secret that Fox News host Sean Hannity is a fan of Donald Trump. While Hannity has supported the president ad nauseam in the past, it's his recent comments about Trump avoiding the Vietnam War that raised eyebrows.

Hannity on Trump

When Donald Trump held his press conference on the floor of Trump Tower to announce his campaign for president back in June 2015, the consensus was that he wouldn't last long in the race. The majority of the mainstream media laughed at the former host of "The Apprentice," with only those in the right-wing media giving Trump their support.

Over the course of the next two years, Trump found a way to bypass much of the press, using social media outlets like Twitter to get his message across. While Trump made it clear he wasn't a fan of reporters and journalists, he always had a safe space with Sean Hannity on Fox News. During Trump's first 100 days in office, Hannity stood by his side through thick and thin, defending the president in nearly every area, which appeared to continue during the May 2 broadcast of his show on Fox News.

(The Draft Dodging remarks start at 2:45 in the above video.)

During the Tuesday night edition of "Hannity," host Sean Hannity was joined by liberal panel guest Jessica Tarlov as well as conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren, when the conversation took an odd turn in direction.

Lahren gave her usual shtick, blasting "social justice warriors" on college campuses for violently protesting against conservative speakers, while claiming they would never serve in the military. In response, Tarlov hit back hard at Trump.

"When you have a draft dodging president right now that you fully support please don't bring up the serving overseas issue," Jessica Tarlov said.

"There is a legitimate medical condition!" Sean Hannity later fired back. "Stop!" Hannity continued, growing visibly frustrated with Tarlov. "Do you know it's not legitimate?" Hannity asked, before wondering, "Do you know anything about his medical condition? No. So let's not speculate."

Moving forward

While Sean Hannity continues to defend Donald Trump, he also has his own problems to worry about.

In addition to the unfounded allegations of sexual harassment against him, rumors of Hannity's departure from Fox News have heated up after former co-president of the network, Bill Shine, left the company earlier this week. Hannity has since denied his exit from the network, but only time will tell how it all works out.