Sean Hannity denies helping Trump cheat in interviews: 'I never provided questions ahead of time'
Donald Trump and Sean Hannity (Fox News/screen grab)

Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday denied allegations that he had offered to hand over questions to President Donald Trump prior to interviews.

According to author Michael Wolff, White House staffers admitted that Hannity "was willing to supply the questions beforehand."

And although it was unclear from the column whether Hannity actually supplied any questions to the president, the Fox News host issued a statement on Thursday denying the allegation.

"I never provided questions ahead of time to President Trump and never said I was going to quit my longtime, successful TV and radio career to work for his administration," Hannity told The Hollywood Reporter through a spokesperson.

Hannity also denied a report that he had offered to quit his job and work at the White House full time "because nothing was more important than for Trump to succeed."