President Donald Trump will participate in a town hall event hosted by Fox News’ Sean Hannity in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the first state to caucus for the 2024 GOP primaries.
The hour-long event will air on Fox News at 9:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday night and will be pre-taped earlier in the afternoon at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse Arena, according to the network.
President Trump commented on his upcoming town hall in a video announcement posted to his 2024 campaign’s Twitter, confirming that he would be taking questions from Iowa caucus-goers.
Trump announced that he would discuss how he would end “Joe Biden’s inflation nightmares, stop the invasion of our southern border, defend our farmers, crush the deep-state, and prevent World War III” if reelected.
He also mentioned the ongoing conflicts between Russia and Ukraine, along with China and Taiwan, which he said would have never happened under his watch.
“Bad things are happening for our country. We are really heading into possibly World War III,” said Trump.
He continued, “We have to make a change, and it has to be done fast. We have a man who is grossly incompetent as our president—and also the most corrupt president we’ve ever had.”
Trump concluded, “I hope you’ll tune in because we’re going to have a great time.”
News of Trump’s forum comes several hours after the 45th president was indicted for a third time on Tuesday—this time a target of yet another federal investigation of Jan. 6.
The investigation, led by the Biden administration-appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith, started in November 2022 to examine whether the 45th president incited attacks on the Capitol Building, despite Trump condemning the barrage on numerous occasions through statements to his Twitter or the White House.
Trump’s forum with Hannity is one of several town halls in which the 45th president has participated in recent months. In May, Trump partook in a town hall hosted by CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, and a town hall hosted by Sean Hannity in early June.