Trump will participate in town hall on Fox News next week

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump is scheduled to amplify his policy platform in the 2024 presidential primary season next week in a special Hannity Town Hall that will be aired on Fox News.

According to Hannity, the event will take place on June 1 and will air at 9 p.m. EDT.

The Fox News host wrote on Twitter, “HANNITY TOWN HALL: On June 1, ‘Hannity’ will host a town hall with former President Trump in Iowa! Tune in at 9 PM ET or set your DVR!”

This town hall marks the second televised event of this kind for the 45th president since announcing his 2024 candidacy in November 2022. In May, Trump attended a CNN town hall, where he spent the majority of his time sparring with the host, Kaitlan Collins.

As reported by RSBN, Trump breathed new life into CNN with his appearance on their network, drawing millions of viewers while he was on the air.

“People are criticizing CNN for giving me a Forum to tell the TRUTH,” Trump wrote on Truth Social following the town hall.

He added, “I believe it was a very smart thing that they did, with Sky High Ratings that they haven’t seen in a very long time. It was by far the biggest Show of the night, the week, and the month!”

Fox News’ decision to provide a town hall forum for President Trump will likely draw a sizeable amount of viewers who are eager to hear what he has to say.

According to Trending Politics, the event will be pre-taped, unlike the CNN town hall, which was held live. It will also be his first town hall since his biggest political rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced his 2024 candidacy.

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