Larry King to Sean Hannity: ‘If I love my broadcasting business, why would I want people not to do well?’
Hannity also mentioned that despite going head-to-head for so many years, they never were particularly antagonistic toward one another:
“Yes, I guess it is. I never believed in that. I always believed, as an interviewer, it was my role to be a conduit to the public. I never wanted anyone to fail. I like — you know, I like my business. If I like my business, if I love my broadcasting business, why would I want people not to do well?
King also appeared on “Piers Morgan Tonight” to talk about Taylor. Video of that appearance is after the jump.
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