Top-rated Fox talker Sean Hannity piled on CNN's lackluster ratings Tuesday, belittling the cable for ranking behind nightly kiddy shows.

Hannity, who scored a scoop interview Donald Trump Jr. Tuesday night, tweeted his mock with a special dig that CNN will likely end up airing his Q&A with Trump.

"Reruns of Yogi Bear are beating @CNN Fake News. Great job Zucker. Keep it up! Best part they will be running MY INTERVIEW ALL DAY TOMORROW!!" said his tweet, with a reference to CNN boss Jeff Zucker.

Earlier, he responded to CNN media reporter Brian Stelter's tweet-taunt about the Trump interview.

Stelter: The real journalists at Fox News must be disappointed that Don Jr. is talking to Hannity, not them.

Hannity: Lol. At least Fox has real journalists. Great month for @CNN Fake News! Hannity #1 in Demo on Fox for second Qtr. Can @cnn beat Nick/night?

The answer to that has been no, with recent ratings showing CNN ranked at 13 during Hannity's 10 p.m. hour, behind Nickelodeon, which airs the Nick at Nite programming starting at 10 p.m. It airs Yogi on Fridays and Full House on other nights.

Hannity's hit came after Sebastian Gorka, President Trump's deputy assistant, went on CNN to also hit the cable's rating, telling co-anchor Alisyn Camerota that "more people watch Nick at Nite cartoons than CNN today."

Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com