Tonight was the night for the Democrats to really lay it all on the line, but President Trump had other ideas.
It’s day three of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, and the party was hoping to finally break out of the doldrum-inducing snore-fest that the first two nights had ushered in. The disjointed nature of this virtual convention made it extremely difficult for the hotly divided party to stay “on brand”, and the live broadcast had more mood swings than a menopause convention.
But tonight was going to be different, as Joe Biden was set to take the stage and unite these disparate ideals in front of a captive television audience.
That’s where President Trump and Sean Hannity come in…
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity will interview President Trump on Thursday night live on “Hannity.”
“You don’t want to miss that,” Hannity said Wednesday night when announcing the 9 p.m. ET interview.
Trump and the “Hannity” namesake are expected to discuss the Democratic National Convention, next week’s Republican National Convention and a variety of other topics.
“Hannity” averaged 4.1 million viewers to finish July as the most-watched show in cable news, helping Fox News finish No. 1 among all of basic cable during the prime-time hours of 8-11 p.m. for the seventh straight month.
A recent study found that Trump took 555 more questions from reporters than 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden since mid-July.
One can only imagine that, should Trump’s interview with Hannity draw higher ratings than Biden’s big moment, this will be a feather in the for the Trump campaign heading into the final stretch of the 2020 election.
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