This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," July 21, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Both the Department of Agriculture and the White House apologized to former USDA employee Shirley Sherrod earlier today. Now Sherrod was pressured to resign from her position after she was accused of delivering racist remarks at an event hosted by the NAACP.As it turns out those remarks were seen taken out of context and Sherrod was actually delivering a speech on the virtues of rejecting her racist impulses.Well, the Department of Agriculture and the White House are now realizing they may have acted prematurely.(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)TOM VILSACK, AGRICULTURE SECRETARY: I've learned a lot of lessons from this experience in the last couple of days. And one of the lessons I've learned is that these types of decisions require time.I didn't take the time. I should have. And as a result, a good woman has gone through a very difficult period. And I'll have to live...
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