Given Hannity’s longtime friendship with the Republican frontrunner, viewers can expect he won’t press Trump with tough questions. Moreover, with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis entering the race on Wednesday, the program is poised to present Trump with the opportunity to criticize his closest challenger in his characteristic fashion.
During a recent town hall with CNN host Kaitlin Collins, President Trump made headlines as he confidently answered questions about his tweeting history, calling Collins a “mean person” in the process. Despite a strong defense from audience members, including some who identified as liberals, AOC, Anderson Cooper and a Lincoln Project founder all berated the president at the event.
After facing a month of scathing reviews following the sudden firing of former star Tucker Carlson, Fox has a long way to go to win back the trust of its devoted conservative viewers. With the upcoming town hall featuring President Trump, the network has a crucial opportunity to salvage its reputation. However, beating CNN’s recent town hall with Trump, which drew 3.3 million viewers, is a tall order. Importantly, while in the White House, President Trump participated in a Fox town hall that garnered 5.1 million views; a feat the network will strive to replicate this time around.
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