The Daily Show Buys Ads on Fox News in DC Inviting Trump to Its Presidential Twitter Library

The local spots will air on Fox & Friends and Hannity through Saturday

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Two years ago, John Oliver realized that the best way to get a message to President Trump was by purchasing ad time on the cable news shows he watches every day. Now his former employer, The Daily Show, is trying the same targeted approach again this week.

As The Daily Show With Trevor Noah brings its Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library to Washington, D.C. this weekend, the program is inviting the president to attend via a 30-second spot that will run locally in the D.C.



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