President Donald J. Trump participates in a town hall interview taping with Sean Hannity of Fox News Thursday, June 25, 2020, at Green Bay-Austin Struble International Airport in Green Bay, Wis. (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour)

Fox Stars Facing Deposition in Dominion Case

Sean Hannity leads a group of Fox News stars who will be or have been deposed in the Dominion voting lawsuit against the network, The New York Times reports.

Hannity recently was called by the Dominion legal team and is scheduled to be deposed next Wednesday.

Following Sean Hannity is Tucker Carlson of Friday.

Fired Fox star Lou Dobbs will precede Hannity on Tuesday.

Recent stars who have been deposed include Steve Doocy, who has been noticeably anti-Trump, Jeanine Pirro, and high level Fox producers.

In the coming weeks more high level executives are expected to be called.

That would include CEO of Fox News Media Suzanne Scott, President of Fox News Jay Wallace, and Fox Owners Lachlan and Rupert Murdoch.

Dominion is putting the pressure of the network who they are suing for billions of dollars for false claims made about the companies voting machines.

They have said that “lies have consequences.”

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