President Trump’s answers to questions posed by journalists at today’s Helsinki summit press conference elicited intense reactions from many TV newsers. Sean Hannity will be the first to give Pres. Trump the chance to expound on his remarks today in an interview that will air on his 9 p.m. program this evening.
Hannity’s Fox News colleague Tucker Carlson is interviewing Trump after Hannity tapes his interview with the president. Carlson’s interview with Trump will air tomorrow on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Additionally, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace has an exclusive interview with President Putin today, which will air tonight at 6 p.m. ET during Special Report.
Speaking of Hannity, Fox News chief national correspondent Ed Henry revealed on Fox & Friends Weekend that the 9 p.m. host is one of the most generous guys at the network. (He is one of the highest-paid celebrities after all, making $36 million this year, per Forbes).
Henry told viewers Hannity took the entire Fox News Helsinki team out for dinner over the weekend.
“I’m going to say something unscripted. The world doesn’t know how generous you are,” Henry told Hannity during a segment on Fox & Friends Weekend. “Every time we go on these trips, not just the anchors and the reporters, you take all of our crew guys, all of the producers, you take them out to dinner. And you are very generous.”
A local paper in Helsinki even wrote up a story about Hannity’s tip. Tipping in Finland is not exactly par for the course.