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Sean Hannity: 'I'll Be Voting For Donald Trump' (Video)

Fox News host Sean Hannity announced on his May 31 broadcast that he would be voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (video below).

During an interview with Trump, Hannity said, "I am not the corrupt press. I’m actually the conservative here ... I'm an opinion show. And I don’t hold back that I’ll be voting for Donald Trump in November."

Earlier in the interview, Hannity asked Trump where he was in the process of selecting his cabinet positions (which would have to be approved by Congress) and vice-presidential running mate.

"With the vice president, as you know, probably if you think about it there are ten, and maybe you boil that down to five, but some people that are really, really good and we'll see what happens," Trump said.

Later, during the same broadcast, Hannity told Herman Cain: "I said journalism is dead in 2008. It’s dead," notes Think Progress.

A new Quinnipiac University poll released June 1 found that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Trump 45 to 41 percent, reports POLITICO. Men support Trump 51 percent to 35 percent, while women support Clinton 54 percent to 30 percent.

Clinton also leads Trump with people who have college degrees 47 percent to 39 percent, while Trump leads among non-degree voters 43 percent to 42 percent. Clinton is ahead of Trump with voters ages 18-34 by a margin of 48 percent to 32 percent, and with 35 to 49-year-olds at 48 percent to 37 percent.

Trump leads Clinton among voters who are 50 and 65 47 percent to 41 percent, and with folks older than 65 years old with 45 percent to 44 percent.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont has a wider lead above Trump at 48 percent to 39 percent. Sanders is also 8 points ahead of Trump when it comes to independent voters.

If Clinton is the Democratic nominee, 75 percent of Sanders voters said they would support Clinton, while 11 percent would vote for Trump, who has ridiculed Sanders numerous times.

Sources: Fox News via YouTubeThink Progress, POLITICO / Photo credit: Fox News via YouTube

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