Fox News host Sean Hannity is responding to news reports that he has links to shell companies that have spent $90 million purchasing houses across the U.S., and he says he’s under “attack” for investing in struggling communities.
As WND reported, Hannity was named as a client of President Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, last week. Hannity said his legal discussions with Cohen were focused on the issue of real estate.
“I’ve said many time on my radio show: I hate the stock market,” Hannity said on television. “Michael knows real estate.”
On Sunday, the London Guardian reported that it had reviewed thousands of pages of public records concerning Hannity’s investments.
“The records link Hannity to a group of shell companies that spent at least $90m on more than 870 homes in seven states over the past decade,” the Guardian reported. “The properties range from luxurious mansions