HANNITY: And then, all right, now wait --
WILLIAMS: So the next day I'm fishing.
HANNITY: I was talking to you.
WILLIAMS: Oh, I know.
HANNITY: All right, so here's the question I have. You said that -- because, I talked to your publicist, he said you were pulling out and then ESPN says they pulled out. So, who pulled out first?
WILLIAMS: I just -- What I just told you, I called him that night, and I said you can --
HANNITY: We're done.
WILLIAMS: Because let me tell you something, buddy, you've known me a long time.
HANNITY: Long time.
WILLIAMS: My daughter -- now, you've hurt my family. I was hot at 5:00 p.m. "Daddy, are we -- " I said, "You can call them and you can tell them I'm out of here, adios."
HANNITY: You -- it was interesting when I read you statement, you talked about the First Amendment, you talked about freedom of speech.
HANNITY: Now, and, but you said, "All right, yeah, I shouldn't have used the Hitler analogy." You weren't -- what do you mean -- what -- but then today on "The View," you said, "Yeah, I would use it again."
WILLIAMS: Sean, the whole --
HANNITY: But, I want you to explain it. I want you to --
WILLIAMS: The whole thing was that golf game, in the shape that this country was in and is in and these four politicians are out there, you know, jiving and high-fiving, it was absurd, it was ridiculous, dumb political move.
HANNITY: And then never going to get along. You pointed out something that is factually true.
WILLIAMS: It was a disaster.
HANNITY: Why don't people interpret -- because you even talked about three of them out there --
WILLIAMS: Yeah, I forgot about four. There were four. Sorry about that.
HANNITY: But assumed you were talking about Boehner, Biden and the president --
HANNITY: Yeah, the governor of Ohio. So, I assume what you were saying is that they're never going to get along, we all know they're not going to get along, the country's a mess. Explain what you're thinking, here and why we waste --
WILLIAMS: Absolutely. It was absurd to be out there, you know, "oh, boy," it is ridiculous with what was going on not to mention, you know, they had won the fall election.
WILLIAMS: Why are you playing golf? You know. I was up there, and you know this, I was up there in Ohio for John Kasich, in Portland. I was outraged.
HANNITY: You know what I don't understand? I don't understand this, and I -- frankly I'm glad that you said, "I'm not apologizing." You know why? Because everyone gets in the middle of a controversy, boy -- no, no, no, it's true, and what's the first -- "I'm sorry, I'm sorry." You're not sorry.
HANNITY: They're just sorry that they said it, and you have the guts --
WILLIAMS: That is the truth?
HANNITY: Isn't that the truth?
WILLIAMS: Oh, my fans, the e-mails. Let me tell you, I have been recording and touring for five decades. There has never been a more special time, the wonderful e-mails and my fans, "You are the only one that stands up, speaks his mind and speaks for us and the way it really is."
HANNITY: But you know what? I love football.
WILLIAMS: Oh yeah, I do, too.
HANNITY: But you know what, I'm going to miss your open.
WILLIAMS: Well, stand by for 2012. It's a free country with lots of options and lots of choices.
HANNITY: So in other words, we may not have heard the last of Hank Williams, Jr.
WILLIAMS: You think?
HANNITY: On football.