Sean Hannity frequently interviews politicians, candidates, pundits and controversial figures. Specific guests who appear frequently on his show include Senator John McCain, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
Sean Hannity is a political conservative who tends to support Republican candidates and causes. As such, the majority of his guests share his ideology. They are either Republican politicians, or they are authors, pundits and strategists who work to advance Republican and conservative ideas.
Hannity often interviews politicians who are running or are considering running for President of the United States. Senator John McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani each appeared on Hannity's show more than once during the 2008 campaign season, while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was a frequent visitor to the show in 2012 and continued to be one of Hannity's favorite interview subjects even following his loss to President Barack Obama.
Liberals also enjoy occasional exposure on Hannity. The host is close friends with Bob Beckel, a liberal pundit, and he frequently invites Beckel onto his show to debate hot topics of the day. For several years, Hannity co-hosted a television show on Fox News with liberal commentator Alan Colmes.