Trump slated for interview this week on Fox's 'Outnumbered Overtime'

President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Hill's Campaign Report: Democratic field begins to shrink ahead of critical stretch To ward off recession, Trump should keep his mouth and smartphone shut Trump: 'Who is our bigger enemy,' Fed chief or Chinese leader? MORE will sit down with Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner on Thursday for an interview on "Outnumbered Overtime."

"President Trump will discuss his former lawyer Michael Cohen’s sentencing, his search for the next White House Chief of Staff, and his push for border security," according to a network announcement. 

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Trump has been active in terms of media interviews this week ahead of a possible partial government shutdown and the sentencing of longtime personal attorney and "fixer" Michael Cohen. On Tuesday, the president was interviewed by Reuters and allowed the press to sit in on a combative debate with House Minority Leader Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiMoulton drops out of presidential race after struggling to gain traction Conservatives push Trump tariff relief over payroll tax cuts Democrats press FBI, DHS on response to white supremacist violence MORE (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerJewish Democratic congresswoman and veteran blasts Trump's 'disloyalty' comments Schumer says Trump encouraging anti-Semites Saagar Enjeti: Biden's latest blunder; Krystal Ball: Did Schumer blow our chance to beat McConnell? MORE (D-N.Y.).
On Wednesday, Trump will do a one-on-one interview with Blaze Media's Eric Bolling at the White House. The interview will air across Sinclair affiliates starting Wednesday night before airing on Blaze Media the following day.

Trump has been interviewed more than three dozen times on Fox News and Fox Business since taking office, including most recently on "Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace" in November.

Faulkner joined Fox News Channel in 2005. This will mark the first time she has interviewed the president.

Turning to Fox's cable news rivals, Trump has not appeared on CNN since an interview with Anderson Cooper in August 2016, before he became president, and has not appeared on MSNBC since May 2016, when he was interviewed by phone on "Morning Joe."

The president sat down for an interview with CNBC's Joe Kernan in July.