During a Fox News Special Report on tonight's strikes, a simulcast of FNC was run. As opposed to calling in Shepard Smith or even Bret Baier, Sean Hannity anchored the special report, with analysis from Trump advisor Dr. Sebastian Gorka. Laura Ingraham later took over coverage via a simulcast of The Ingraham Angle. Fox News typically does not simulcast opinion programming on the broadcast network, and I get that this was unexpected... but the fact that Fox gave it to Sean Hannity baffles and stuns me. Why not have Bret Baier on the broadcast network and Sean Hannity on FNC, keeping coverage separate? The last time I can recall opinion programming being simulcast between FNC and Fox broadcast was on April 19, 2013, during the Boston marathon manhunt. SR continued 45 mins in with Hannity complaining about Mueller, Rosenstein, Comey, Horowitz, Obama, and John Kerry. Someone at Fox News should have ended it across the board after the President's remarks concluded, however, stations that opted to carry it were given the choice to leave after the President's remarks or to carry it all the way through.