Trump Headed to the Super Bowl

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Fox News host Sean Hannity will have the privilege of interviewing President Trump on Super Bowl Sunday!

And make no mistake, the American people are thrilled to hear from him.

If you doubt that last statement, I challenge you to rewind a few weeks and recall the LSU Championship game.

Football fans went wild, chanting “USA, USA” followed by “four more years, four more years.” It was an unbelievable sight, because according to the mainstream media, Donald Trump is a hated man.

Super Bowl Sunday

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I have two predictions for Super Bowl Sunday. One- the crowd at the Hard Rock Stadium will be pretty evenly split between fans of the 49ers and the Chiefs. And two- the crowd will predominantly support the President, which is a truer representation of our country than any poll out there.

And as Fox News tells us, “host Sean Hannity will interview President Trump during the Super Bowl LIV pregame show on FOX, and the highest-rated host on cable news plans to let the commander-in-chief do most of the talking.”

“My job is to let people hear from the president, not from me,” Hannity said. “And it’s the Super Bowl, so it’s also about the big game!”

      • Trump’s landmark trade agreement with China.
      • Trump’s new green-card policy, freshly approved by the Supreme Court that effective denies immigration to those wholly dependent upon welfare benefits.
      • Median household income has hit highest level ever recorded.
      • The highest growth rate for manufacturing jobs in THREE DECADES.
      • New unemployment claims recently hit a 49-year low.
      • African-American unemployment has recently achieved the lowest rate ever recorded.
      • Hispanic-American and Asian-American unemployment both sit at the lowest rate ever recorded.
      • Women’s unemployment recently reached the lowest rate in 65 years.
      • Youth unemployment has recently hit the lowest rate in nearly half a century.
      • Lowest unemployment rate ever recorded for Americans without a high school diploma.

Not to mention Trump’s unmatched economic success. Frankly, I’ve lost count when it comes to adding up the promises Trump kept so far. And he’s not done yet.

Hannity’s Take

Sean Hannity often speaks with President Trump, as he’s also interviewed “essentially every newsmaker and key political figure during his storied career.” But the significance of a Super Bowl interview isn’t lost on the seasoned journalist.

“After 31 years in radio and 24 years at FNC, it’s just an honor to do this interview,” Hannity said.

And unlike CNN, people actually watch Fox News.

As the network proudly touts:

“Hannity” finished 2019 as the most-watched cable news program for the third straight year, averaging 3.3 million nightly viewers to help Fox News Channel to its best primetime rating in the network’s 23-year history.

“Hannity” also finished 2019 as the most-watched cable news program among the key demo of adults age 25-54, averaging 528,000 viewers.

He has interviewed Vice President Mike Pence, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, then-President George W. Bush, then-Vice President Dick Cheney, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, former Speaker of the House John Boehner, House Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Reverend Jesse Jackson, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, among hundreds of other high-profile public figures.

The FOX Super Bowl Pregame Show will be a four-and-a-half-hour edition of “FOX NFL Sunday,” beginning at 2 p.m. ET. Host Curt Menefee joins analysts Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, reporter Jay Glazer and other network personalities to discuss the big game.

Maybe Don Lemon should tune in for a few pointers on how to become a respected journalist.