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Fox News political analyst Juan Williams went on the Sean Hannity show to discuss the current debt crisis.

Williams, who many describe as a moderate, defended President Obama from Hannity’s verbal assaults.

Hannity, who is a Republican, claimed that Obama has been the “worst ideologue to ever live in that house on Pennsylvania Avenue.” He also said that Obama has spent way too much since he’s come into office and is a far-left liberal.

Williams blasted Hannity for his comments calling him “myopic” and “dishonest.”

“This man isn’t a far left president when he is conceding so much in these debt talks to the Republicans,” said Williams.


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