[VIDEO] : Sean Hannity Goes After Rubio PAC For Anti-Trump Ad

Fox News’ Sean Hannity launched into a segment with Pat Buchanan where he looked at the Donald Trump campaign, as well as attacked a Marco Rubio PAC ad that went after the billionaire tycoon.

In the ad, a clip of CNN’s Jake Tapper says,

“I asked Donald Trump three times if he would disavow his support for David Duke and the Ku Klux Klán.”

The controversy over Donald Trump, the Klán, and David Duke began when white-supremacist David Duke publicly endorsed Donald Trump. When asked about the endorsement, Trump first said that he did not know who Duke was, or what he represented. When he was told that Duke was associated with the Klán and white-supremacy, Trump said that he did disavow the endorsement.

In the anti-Trump ad from Rubio, after Tapper explains that he asked Trump to disavow Duke and the Klán, a clip is played of Donald Trump saying,

“Well I have to look at the group.”

The ad makes it sound as if Trump was aware of who the Klán was, and was not sure whether or not he was comfortable with their endorsement. However, the entire clip of that audio gives a little more perspective on the statement.

“I have to look at the group. I mean, I don’t know what group you’re talking about. You wouldn’t want me to condemn a group that I know nothing about. I’d have to look. If you would send me a list of the groups, I will do research on them and certainly I would disavow if I thought there was something wrong.”

Hannity said that he was stunned by the ad, and Buchanan called the ad outrageous. Hannity called the ad, “Way beyond the pale,” of what he would expect in a primary.

Rubio has also attacked Trump’s physical features by accusing the presidential candidate of having small hands.

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