Hannity's interview with Trump moved to Wednesday

Hannity's interview with Trump moved to Wednesday
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President Trump’s interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity has been rescheduled for Wednesday night, the network announced on Monday.

Hannity, who has been one of Trump's top media allies, was originally set to interview the president last Wednesday in West Virginia, but it was postponed after the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1.

The pair will discuss tax reform, immigration and “other top news headlines” in a pre-taped interview, the network said.


Trump was also supposed to take questions from the audience during the original interview. A Fox News spokeswoman confirmed to The Hill that there will no longer be audience questions at the event.

The interview site has also been moved to the Air National Guard base in Harrisburg, Pa. Trump will give a speech in Harrisburg later that evening.