We finally have a fair moderator for President Trump!
News just broke that Eric Bolling will be hosting a Town Hall even with President Trump this week.
I can't wait to watch!
Check this out, announced by Bolling himself:
From the Hollywood Reporter:
The event will take place at the White House and include an interview with Trump and questions from audience members.
President Trump will appear in a town hall event hosted by The Sinclair Broadcast Group on Oct. 21, it was revealed Friday.
Eric Bolling, America This Week host and formerly at Fox News, will moderate the one-hour event, which will take place at the White House and include an interview with Trump and questions from audience members.
"This election is one of the most important in modern history and voters are still looking for insight into the many issues that are impacting their daily lives," said Bolling in a statement. "We aim to give Sinclair viewers the answers to their most burning questions and look forward to getting a detailed view on what the next four years would look like under President Trump."
Sinclair noted on Friday that a similar town hall-style event had been offered to Democratic nominee Joe Biden. "Vice President Biden has a standing, open invitation to join us whenever is most convenient for him, whether that be on America This Week or in an interview with one of our many excellent stations as he has already done numerous times," said Scott Livingston, Sinclair senior vp of news.
"We have been in touch with his team and we are hopeful that we will be able to feature him and bring his policy positions directly to the voters in a similar fashion."
Earlier this week, Trump and Biden participated in two separate town hall events on NBC and ABC, hosted by Savannah Guthrie and George Stephanopolous. Due to their competing time slots, NBC received backlash from numerous Hollywood figures, and Trump himself — who called the network "the worst" and claimed he was being set up — though both events proceeded as scheduled.
Here's more from Variety:
The Sinclair Broadcast Group will hold a town hall with President Donald Trump next Wednesday, one day before the final presidential debate.
The event will be taped at the White House and moderated by Eric Bolling, the former Fox News host who left the network amid sexual harassment allegations in 2017. Bolling is now host of “America This Week,” Sinclair’s weekly show that airs on Wednesday nights.
“We aim to give Sinclair viewers the answers to their most burning questions and look forward to getting a detailed view on what the next four years would look like under President Trump,” Bolling said in a statement.
In July, “America This Week” came under fire for scheduling an interview with Judy Mikovits, a researcher who had appeared to accuse Dr. Anthony Fauci of helping to create the coronavirus. Under pressure, Sinclair dropped plans to air the interview.
Bolling will interview Trump and also take questions from the audience, similar to the format used in Thursday’s town halls with Trump and Joe Biden on NBC and ABC, respectively. The hourlong program will start at 8 p.m.
Sinclair will air the event across all of its CW and MyNet stations, which operate in 55 local markets across the country. The town hall will also be broadcast on the Sinclair station websites.
The station group said it had extended a similar offer to Biden’s campaign.
“We have been in touch with his team and we are hopeful that we will be able to feature him and bring his policy positions directly to the voters in a similar fashion,” said Scott Livingston, Sinclair’s senior vice president of news.
What question would YOU ask?
So, what question would you ask?
If you got to host a Town Hall for President Trump, what questions would be on your list?
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We'll post the full list later tonight.
Something tells me we can do a much better job than that Snake Chris Wallace!