FOX News Media revealed on Monday that their own Sean Hannity will oversee a debate between Florida's Republican Governor and presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis and California's Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. This clash of red vs. blue states is scheduled to broadcast for 90 minutes at 9 p.m. ET on Nov. 30, taking place in Georgia. Notably, this occasion will be the inaugural debate between these two influential governors.
Hannity expressed, "I’m looking forward to providing viewers with an informative debate about the everyday issues and governing philosophies that impact the lives of every American."
In a June exclusive interview with Gov. Newsom, the seasoned FOX News host Hannity initially suggested the idea of a debate between the Californian Democrat and DeSantis. By July, DeSantis had officially committed to the idea.
"Let’s get it done. Just tell me when and where — we’ll do it," responded DeSantis upon Newsom's agreement.
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Although Newsom has fueled rumors of a 2024 presidential bid, he has clarified that he wouldn't challenge Democratic President Biden. Regardless, he has consistently invited DeSantis to engage in debates on diverse topics. Their first such challenge occurred in September 2022, centered around the issue of migrant flights to Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts, which catalyzed conversations about sanctuary immigration practices.
"Hannity" wrapped up August standing as the leading cable news show for the desired demographic of adults aged 25-54, with a consistent average of 2.4 million viewers every night throughout the year. It frequently finds its place among the top five programs in general.
Over the span of Hannity’s illustrious career, he has had conversations with a wide range of personalities including former President Donald Trump, ex-Vice President Mike Pence, former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, then-President George W. Bush, then-Vice President Dick Cheney, and past California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with celebrities like Sylvester Stallone, Roseanne Barr, Kim Kardashian, Mel Gibson, and Michael Moore.
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