President Trump will appear on Fox News in his second town hall moderated by Sean Hannity.
The event, which will be pre-taped, will take place in Clive Iowa and is set to air at 9 p.m. eastern time on Thursday, June 1.
CNN got a huge boost in their ratings after its town hall with President Trump earlier this month.
The CNN town hall, which aired in the primetime 8 p.m. slot, shattered the network’s average number of viewers, scoring 3.12 million total viewers and 703,000 viewers in the key 25-54 age demographic.
In comparison, CNN’s prime-time average is typically around half a million viewers.
In his town hall with CNN, moderated by Kaitlin Collins, President Trump gave the perfect answer to who he wants to win the Ukraine-Russia proxy war, fact-checked Collins on her multiple false statements, and accurately called her a “nasty person.”
It was so bad for CNN and Collins that the network threw in the towel and abruptly cut the program short by 20 minutes.
Liberals are still in the throes of a monumental meltdown following Trump’s appearance.
The Hill reported:
The former president also appeared on Hannity’s prime-time program earlier this year amid tensions between the former president and the network he’d favored during his previous presidential runs.
He railed against the network earlier this month, claiming it puts too much attention on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who announced his 2024 presidential bid Wednesday.
“They are desperately pushing DeSanctimonious who, regardless, is dropping like a rock,” Trump said in a post on Truth Social. “Fox News has become the DeSanctimonious Network, but it will never work because he doesn’t have the goods.”