FOX News Hosting Virtual Town Hall With Trump At Lincoln Memorial On Returning America To Work

FOX News held an in-person town hall event about the 2020 election back in early March and it shattered ratings records.

This coming Sunday, May 3rd, FOX News will do a ‘virtual’ town hall event, focused on returning people to work and the Coronavirus crisis. It will be broadcast from the Lincoln Memorial.

Deadline reports:

Donald Trump To Do Fox News Virtual Town Hall On Sunday At Lincoln Memorial

President Donald Trump will do a virtual town hall with Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum on Sunday.

The two-hour event, America Together: Returning to Work, will take place at the Lincoln Memorial.

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Trump did a Fox News town hall last month at the White House, with Bill Hemmer and Harris Faulkner as moderators, and the event also featured Vice President Mike Pence and members of the coronavirus task force. Baier and MacCallum also moderated a town hall with Trump on March 5 in Scranton, PA, which was the most watched election town hall on cable news.

The town hall will take place from 7 PM ET to 9 PM ET, and Trump will answer questions that can be submitted to Fox News’ social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, with a chance to appear in the national broadcast.

Bret Baier of FOX News explained on the air how to submit a question for President Trump:

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It should be a fascinating event.

Be sure to submit a question if you have one!


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