President Trump will appear on “Fox and Friends” next week, the same day he is addressing a joint session of Congress.
Fox hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade will interview Trump at the White House next Tuesday, the network announced Thursday morning — the president’s first morning show appearance since his inauguration.
Trump singled out “Fox and Friends” at a press conference last week as "the most honest morning show."
"I watched this morning a couple of networks. 'Fox and Friends' in the morning, they are very honorable people," the president said. "Not because they are good, because they hit me also when I do something wrong, but they have the most honest morning show."
The comments came amid Trump’s continuing feuds with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” as well as CNN.
Trump was once a weekly guest on “Fox and Friends” before running for office.
"President Trump will preview his upcoming address to the Joint Session of Congress and will discuss his immigration policy, tax reform and the economy, among other topics," the network said in its announcement.