If you weren't one of the 1,000 people invited to hear President Donald Trump speak in Harrisburg, there will be a chance to see the commander-in-chief in an interview with Sean Hannity.
Hannity, who has been one of Trump's top media allies, was originally set to interview the president last Wednesday in West Virginia, but it was postponed after the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1.
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Trump and Hannity are set to discuss topics like tax cuts and immigration. A Fox News spokeswoman confirmed to The Hill that there will no longer be audience questions at the event. The interview will take place in front of the audience of about 1,000 people inside a hangar at the Air National Guard base at the Harrisburg International Airport.
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