FILE - In this March 18, 2016 file photo, Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity speaks during a campaign rally for Republican presidential candidate, Sen.
In a Twitter post, Hannity said the giveaway was for the "supportive and devoted fans of his show".
Karl Lagerfeld sparks outrage with Holocaust comments
The French TV regulator, the CSA, said it had received several hundred complaints over the weekend about Lagerfeld's comment, and was looking at the programme.
Social-media users on Sunday posted videos of themselves smashing their Keurig coffee makers, two days after the company said it would no longer advertise during Hannity's show. This prompted what appeared to be a small faction of Hannity supporters engaging in similar acts of tactical genius, smashing their Keurigs in solidarity.
Keurig's CEO Bob Gamgort later expressed regret for the decision in an email sent to employees and obtained by the Washington Post. In the memo, he noted that the company's tweet in response to Media Matters was "highly unusual" and "gave the appearance of "taking sides" in an emotionally charged debate that escalated on Twitter and beyond over the weekend, which was not our intent".
As of Tuesday afternoon, the contest was closed, according to Hannity's site. "We accept the apology of the Keurig C.E.O., and look forward to enjoying a nice cup of apolitical Joe".
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