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Hannity, a conservative pundit for the network, confirmed on his show Wednesday evening he would attend President Obama’s address on Tuesday.


Gohmert has often appeared as a guest on Hannity’s show and has even filled in for him as host. 

During one segment on Wednesday, Hannity responded to a viewer’s question asking whether he would ever run for office. 

“The answer is yes, I’d think about it,” Hannity said. “It would either be in Texas or Florida.”

He’s previously expressed wanting to leave “anti-conservative” New York, according to The Dallas Morning News

“How does Texas have a $12 billion surplus when they’re in debt up to their eyeballs in Albany?” Hannity said Wednesday. 

Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) has invited Chad Henderson, a former Obama volunteer who lied about signing up for ObamaCare, according to The Dallas Morning News. Stockman’s current whereabouts, however, are unknown. He has not shown up for a House vote since early this month.