President Trump will join “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday for an in-depth interview, Fox News Media announced on Tuesday.
The president and co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade and Pete Hegseth are expected to discuss the latest news surrounding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the upcoming election and U.S. relations with China, as well as Trump's reaction to recent primary results.
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The interview is expected to air during the 7 a.m. ET hour of “FOX & Friends.”
Trump’s interview with Fox News Channel’s morning show will come one day after he sat down with Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs. Trump has also conducted newsmaking interviews recently with "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace, Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and Axios reporter Jonathan Swan.
Fox News Channel finished July as the most-watched cable network for the 49th straight month, averaging 3.2 million primetime viewers and 1.6 million total viewers to finish atop all of basic cable in both categories and mark the network's best July in history,
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“FOX & Friends” averaged 1.5 million viewers last month to outpace the majority of daytime programming on CNN and MSNBC.
Fox News has topped both CNN and MSNBC in total viewers for 223 straight months in both primetime and total-day viewers. FNC finished July with a whopping 64 percent advantage over CNN among total viewers.