Sean Hannity will go head-to-head against Ted Cruz and, in what is sure to be a raucous spectacle, Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett will challenge 2020 presidential hopeful Marco Rubio. Here’s how to watch them all live:
The Florida senator, with whom one in four Americans already has an unfavorable opinion, will appear on Fox News’ Hannity from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. The same man who has no doubt helped Donald Trump rack up his anti-millennial, #Resistance snarkstorm will try to shame him. And it will be free-for-all, as Tomi Lahren, who has also given Trump his comeuppance, will also be there.
Meanwhile, Cruz has no shortage of fans and opponents in town. Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to appear on Hannity at 8 p.m.
POLITICO reporter Glenn Thrush will also participate in an 11 p.m. town hall on MSNBC, hosted by Colin Powell. Powell will get a booster shot from former “NBC Nightly News” anchor Tom Brokaw and Richard Sherman, the New York Seahawks cornerback and former UC Berkeley football player.
First Lady Melania Trump is expected to be interviewed by Fox News’ Martha MacCallum. She will also be doing face-to-face interviews with Fox News’ Dana Perino, Eric Bolling and Tucker Carlson.
What else is going on this evening? You have options! Here’s a quick rundown of what you can see:
Thursday, Oct. 18
Here is what else is going on this evening:
CNN has a two-hour town hall on Brett Kavanaugh, featuring victims of sexual misconduct and those who questioned him.
MSNBC will have a town hall hosted by Hilary Rosen, where more than 25 women from the community will be weighing in.
MSNBC will have a one-hour town hall with Carly Fiorina.