After breaking his uncharacteristic post-presidency silence, President Donald Trump is now expected to appear on Fox News, OANN, and Newsmax TV tonight, following his appearance on Fox News, when he paid tribute to talk radio pioneer and legend Rush Limbaugh.
Washington Post reporter Josh Dawsey confirmed that President Trump released the information through a spokesman.
Trump is expected to do interviews with Fox, OAN and Newsmax this evening, per spokesman.
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) February 17, 2021
Newsmax TV revealed that he will join Greg Kelly, one of the top Trump allies on the network, at 7 p.m. ET tonight “to discuss the passing of Rush Limbaugh and beyond.” The tweet has since been deleted, however, Kelly confirmed it to be true on his personal Twitter account.
PRESIDENT TRUMP joins me for an Extensive conversation at 7pm EST on @newsmax
— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) February 17, 2021
President Trump is also scheduled to be on at 7 p.m. ET on OANN.
BREAKING – Hear President Trump discuss with @JennPellegrino the passing of legendary conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh at 7 pm Eastern / 4 pm Pacific TONIGHT.
— One America News (@OANN) February 17, 2021
He is scheduled to appear on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program, which airs at 9 p.m. ET.
President Trump first appeared on Fox News via phone earlier today to mourn the passing of Limbaugh. National File reported:
When asked about how he felt Limbaugh supported or did not support his America First agenda, President Trump instead spoke to the character and intellect of the passed radio pioneer.
“Rush is irreplaceable, unique, and he had an audience that was massive, and you know he could do something, he would get up in the show, and would just talk,” said President Trump. “He wouldn’t take phone calls, where everybody would call in every two minutes, and that’s sort of easy to do. He would just talk for two hours, three hours, just talk. And that’s not an easy thing to do. I once asked him, do you study for the show? And he said, actually I study very hard, which a little bit surprised me.”
“He was a fantastic man, a fantastic talent, and people, whether they loved him or not, they respected him. They really did.”
President Trump also released a written statement on the passing of Limbaugh this afternoon.
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