Sean Hannity is known to lash out on social media from time to time, often taking part in heated exchanges with critics who respond back. Over the weekend, a female host from Fox Sports decided to give her thoughts of Hannity, and she didn't hold back one bit.

Hannity on Twitter

When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, he quickly clashed with the mainstream media after labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." While the former host of "The Apprentice" has made it a routine to hit back at the press, labeling any report he doesn't agree with as "fake news," Trump has found a mostly safe space with Fox News.

Though some at the conservative network have been critical of the White House at times, host Sean Hannity has made it clear that he is a strong supporter of the president. Over the weekend, the New York Times revealed that Hannity was actually one of Trump's top outside advisers. In response, Hannity pushed back, railing against the paper and the reporter's in question as "fake news." After doing so, Hannity received backlash, including from Fox Sports host Katie Nolan.

After Sean Hannity took to Twitter and accused the NSA of spying on him, Katie Nolan appeared dumbfounded, tweeting, "You're a literal fu**ing moron." "To say your convos are private, sure.

But to suggest if something leaked that you were SURVEILLED?" Nolan wrote in a follow-up tweet, before adding, "That's next-level self-importance."

Replying back, Sean Hannity told Katie Nolan to "do research" when trying to engage with him about politics, suggesting she Google his name along with "unmasking reports." In response to Nolan's f-bomb, Hannity sarcastically replied "how long do you think this 'career' in the sports world will last?" Hannity faced further backlash for how he spoke to Nolan in response to her comments, but said he decided that he was "taking the high road," and that "This entertainment is priceless."

Trump's team

While Sean Hannity denies being an adviser to Donald Trump, he's made it clear that he's one of his most vocal supporters in the mainstream media.

Hannity, and others at Fox News, have helped provide the commander in chief a media home-base, which Trump has utilized more often in recent weeks. After a series of on-air blunders, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway has been limited in her exposure with most cable news networks, but has appeared regularly on Fox News to promote the president's agenda.