The presidential interview before each Super Bowl is always a big get. Ever since it began back in 2004, it has been one of the most-watched interviews with any given president, in any given year. The interview is typically thought of as fair and unbiased, but that won’t be the case this year. Fox News opinion host Sean Hannity scored the coveted job this year. Variety writes:
“I want to make sure I put myself in the position of somebody at home, hanging out with friends and waiting for the game to start,” Hannity tells Variety. He intends to query President Trump on his feelings regarding the impeachment trial in the Senate, the state of the economy and the recent death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. But he thinks the crowds at home will also want to get Trump’s take on the big football game of the day and his predictions about which team might win.
The interview will air at 3:30 p.m. EST, Fox News confirmed in a press release Friday. Additional segments of the interview will air on Hannity the following Monday.