FOX News host Sean Hannity goes after colleague Shepard Smith

FOX News host Sean Hannity is taking on his colleague Shepard Smith calling him quote, "so anti-Trump" -- and Smith is firing back.

Hannity made the comments on his radio show.

"Shep is a friend, I like him, but he's so anti-Trump. He went off on a rant last week. That's fine, but the opinion is different."

Hannity, a staunch supporter of President Trump, was talking about Smith's reporting last week about what Smith called, the constant flip-flopping between narratives of Donald Trump Jr's meeting with a Russian lawyer.

That lawyer promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton in a show of support for President Trump's campaign.

Smith responded to Hannity's comments, telling Mediaite, quote, "Sometimes facts are displeasing, journalists report them without fear or favor.

Both Smith and Hannity have been at FOX since it's founding in 1996.