Actor Sean Penn spoke with Fox News and MSNBC Tuesday night about the situation
on the ground in Ukraine and discussed ways to support the war-ravaged country.
Penn was in Ukraine shooting a documentary for Vice about the country,
its President Volodymyr Zelensky and the rising tensions on the border with Russia
when Russia invaded Ukraine in February. As things began to escalate, Penn had to leave the country.
He has since returned to Ukraine and also has spent time in the neighboring Poland both for the documentary
and for the humanitarian effort though the CORE relief organization he co-founded.
Tonight, Penn appeared in person on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program Hannity. Referencing the duo’s opposing political views,
Hannity started off by mentioning how the two first got in touch. “I made the first phone call to you,” Hannity said.
Sean Penn Appears
“Do you remember what you first said to me?”