FOX NEWS TO PRESENT SPECIAL LIVE COVERAGE OF U.S. SUMMIT WITH NORTH KOREA IN VIETNAM BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH
FNC’s Hannity to Present an Interview with President Donald Trump From Hanoi
FOX News Channel (FNC) will present live coverage of the United States summit with North Korea in Vietnam beginning on Sunday, February 24th, and continue with special on-site programming throughout the week.
On Sunday, February 24th, chief national correspondent Ed Henry will kick off the week’s coverage, anchoring the 8PM/ET hour live from Hanoi, Vietnam to preview the upcoming summit.
Heading into primetime, FNC’s Sean Hannity will present Hannity (weeknights 9-10PM/ET) live from Hanoi beginning on Monday, February 25th. During his on-site coverage, Hannity will present an exclusive interview with President Donald Trump following his meeting with Kim Jong Un to discuss the latest news surrounding the summit.
FNC will also broadcast programs live from Hanoi on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Co-anchor of America’s Newsroom (weekdays 9AM-12PM/ET) Bill Hemmer and Special Report’s (weekdays 6-7PM/ET) Bret Baier will present their respective programs from Hanoi, where they will break down the latest developments from the summit with expert guests and analysis.
Ed Henry will lead overnight coverage on Wednesday, February 27th and Thursday February 28th from 1-3AM/ET. Chief White House correspondent John Roberts, Washington D.C.-based correspondent Kristin Fisher and senior foreign affairs correspondent Greg Palkot will also be reporting live from Hanoi throughout the week. Additionally, FOX & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) will start an hour early on both Wednesday and Thursday, beginning at 5 AM/ET for special coverage.
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