Harvey Levin’s Trump Special on Fox News Draws 4 Million Viewers

By Chris Ariens Comment

Fox News’s airing of the Harvey Levin special OBJECTified drew 4.03 million viewers Friday night at 10 p.m.

According to early Nielsen numbers, the special more than doubled the combined average (1.79M) of CNN and MSNBC in the hour. The special also beat the previous 2016 Fox News high for a Friday night this year, which occurred just last month when the FBI director announced the agency was re-opening the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

The special, which re-aired Saturday night, gave viewers of tour of Trump’s Manhattan penthouse with Trump talking about mementos he’d gathered over the years and the stories behind them. Levin said he also requested the same sort of interview with Clinton, but was shot down. The special was filmed in September.

OBJECTified was up double-digits vs. Q4-to-date (+50% in total viewers and +62% in A25-54). Final ratings will be available after 4 p.m. today.

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