A frustrated Sean Hannity tries to defend the Tea Party backed candidate, showcasing a divide that is all too common in the Republican party.
This could play out well for Democrats during the November mid-terms. Main street is tired of the partisanship arguing that goes on daily from the Democrats and Republicans, and with a rift in the GOP that could further add to frustrations.
Christine O'Donnell's victory in Delaware is said to be indicative of the Tea Party's influence on American politics. Whether or not she has enough steam to beat the incumbent for Joe Biden's old seat has yet to be seen. See the video below for Sean Hannity and Karl Rove disagreeing on Tea Party backed Christine O'Donnell.