During his radio show Thursday, Hannity said he was “sick and tired” of certain Republicans like Paul Ryan, who ironically, is one of the few Republicans in leadership to have endorsed Trump.

“If in 96 days Trump loses this election, I am pointing the finger directly at people like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and John McCain,” said Hannity. Hannity also claimed Paul Ryan is up against, “the fight of his life,” in his upcoming primary election, even though Ryan is polling sixty-six points ahead of his primary opponent.

Late Thursday night, Fox News host Sean Hannity unfurled a tirade of tweets at Wall Street Journal editor Bret Stephens after Stephens referred to him as, “Fox News’ dumbest anchor” for blaming the Trump campaign’s terrible week on dissenting Republicans.

Hannity responded to Stephens calling him an, “asshole,” saying it would be the fault of Trump detractors if Trump loses the upcoming general election to Hillary.

Hannity’s overt preference for The Donald throughout the Republican primary earned the bromance a prominent spot in media mockery with memes aplenty.

hannity trump

Stephens’ response?

You can blame voters for not supporting a candidate all you like, but as I’ve said many times — no one is ever entitled to any other’s vote; votes must be earned. The failure to garner voter support is not the fault of the electorate; it’s the fault of the candidate and their campaign to find a message that resonates with voters, grow support, and ensure that support translates into votes at the ballot box.

[Featured image a screenshot from this video]

Follow Kemberlee on Twitter @kemberleekaye