Sean Hannity explains why he's voting for Donald Trump. Ana Navarro explains why she isn't.

Sean Hannity and Ana Navarro explain their votes
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"I want to lay out my argument for what's at stake in this election," Sean Hannity said on Fox News Monday night. "This is as big a choice election as I've seen in my lifetime," he said, describing it as a decision between Donald Trump, "a candidate who says he'll drain the swamp in Washington and bring about real change," and Hillary Clinton, "the most corrupt career politician who's ever run for this office." Hannity grounded his critique in history. "Now back in 2008, I tried to warn all of you, I wanted to warn the country about how radical President Obama was," he said, after running through a list of alleged Clinton scandals. "I was right about how terrible he'd be for the country, and Hillary Clinton, that's going to be more of the same. If you elect Hillary Clinton tomorrow, you're going to get the government you deserve — and guess what? Anyone who supported her, you own it."

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