Feud? What feud?!?
This is the message Fox News would like you to believe.
Earlier this week, Sean Hannity took his ongoing rivalry with Megyn Kelly to a new, public level.
As a refresher:
On Wednesday night's episode of The Kelly Files, the frequent foil of Donald Trump criticized the Republican nominee for President by saying that Trump avoids interviews with anyone who is NOT named Sean Hannity.
Said Kelly on air:
"Donald Trump, with all due respect to my friend at 10 o’clock, will go on Hannity and pretty much only Hannity, and will not venture out to the unsafe spaces these days - which doesn’t exactly expand the tent for either one of them."
Earlier in the election, upon seeing a video of Trump speaking to Hannity, Kelly wondered whether or not Trump would be talking to any "real" journalists.
So shots have been fired back and forth between these Fox News colleagues for awhile.
The feud culminated after Wednesday's diss when Hannity Tweeted the following:
"@megynkelly u should be mad at @HillaryClinton Clearly you support her. And @realDonaldTrump did talk to u."
The Tweet went especially viral, with multiple mainstream gossip sites picking up the story.
This didn't sit well with the higher-ups at Fox News, who are still reeling from the Roger Ailes sexual harassment lawsuit settlement and accusations.
In response to the feud between its two best-known personalities, Fox made Kelly and Hannity pose for the PR-themed photo above.
It also made each one send the same Tweet.
“We're Irish. It's complicated. #friends,” wrote Kelly last night, which was followed by Hannity sharing this same photo and caption, writing:
"We're Irish. It's complicated. #friends."
Hey, who isn't buying this! Seems totally legit and as if Hannity and Kelly are absolutely friends, right?
Kelly and Hannity have been on opposite sides of the whole Donald Trump thing for over a year now.
While Hannity is so close with the terrible businessman that Trump told debate views to please call his friend Sean in order to get his real views on the Iraq War, Kelly has frequently clashed with The Donald.
She moderated one of the first Republican Primary debates in 2015 and was later the victim of a few classic Donald Trump Twitter rants in regard to her supposedly sexist line of questioning.
If you'll recall, Trump even brought up Kelly's menstrual cycle at one point.
We're not kidding...
Where will all this go for Kelly and Hannity?
It may depend on whether or not Trump wins.
If so, look out, world. Mostly for a Donald Trump Presidency. But also for Sean Hannity to basically take over the television world
But if Clinton can hold on and win the White House, Kelly will likely see her national profile get raised to an even higher level. She's already one of the biggest winners in this election.
She may actually be the only winner in this election so far.