"Since Donald Trump’s election loss in November, Sean Hannity seems to have been working through a process, live and on camera, on his nightly prime-time Fox News show and his daily radio show," report The Washington Post's Sarah Ellison and Jeremy Barr. For a few weeks, it manifested as the denial shared by his fellow believers in the ex-president’s unsupported claims of election fraud. After the inauguration of the new president, Hannity pivoted to the next stage — anger — as he lashed out at 'the weak, the frail, the cognitively struggling Biden.' More recently, he has displayed something closer to depression, as he engages his viewers in a session of public mourning...Hannity’s process is a window into the current tumult inside Fox News, as the former president’s former favorite network tries to find its place in a post-Trump reality. The end of a presidential campaign is often a time for news organizations to take stock and recalibrate their strategies. But never before had a network been so closely affiliated with a commander in chief. Now, as Trump wages war with the more established elements of his own party and against Fox News itself, the network is seeking to navigate its future without the ear of a sitting president or even his angry voice from exile."