Fox News Debates, Town Halls, Speeches & Political Coverage

Fox News booth at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.Fox News booth at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.By: Steve Bott

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Fox News is a news TV channel with far-right morning opinion shows, center-right shows during the day and far-right opinion shows in the evening.

Major Event Broadcasts

Fox News airs extensive coverage of all major political and newsworthy events, including primary debates, general election debates, Presidential speeches, press conferences, and election nights. 

The amount of time Fox News spends covering any major event depends on how important it is. For example, a general election debate between the Democratic and Republican nominees will get hours of coverage before and after the event while a hastily announced event may only receive minimal coverage outside of the event itself. 

When there is a major debate, Fox News will bring together a team of political pundits to discuss what they think will happen during the debate and then bring them back on the air to discuss how they felt the debate went at the conclusion of the event. 

Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum are the lead anchors with Brit Hume, Dana Perino, Juan Williams. Donna Brazile, Karl Rove, Katie Pavlich, and Bill Hemmer. Conservative primetime hosts Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity may also make appearances during coverage.

Morning Broadcasting

Fox & Friends is Fox News's premier morning show. The show, hosted by Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade, spends three hours each morning discussing major news of the day from a right-wing perspective and interviews conservative politicians and figures throughout the morning. Donald Trump often calls into the program to discuss what is on his mind, as well. 

Fox & Friends First and America's Newsroom round out the early morning hours and early afternoon with right-wing and center-right news reporting along with any breaking news that happens during a given day.

Afternoon Broadcasting

Special Report With Bret Baier is Fox News's late afternoon news broadcast. The show delivers a center-right perspective on the days news and predominately interviews conservative politicians and activists, but also sometimes interviews moderate and liberal politicians. 

Outnumbered, The Daily Briefing, Bill Hemmer Reports, and Your World With Neil Cavuto all air in the leadup to Bret Baier's show. The Story with Martha MacCallum airs the hour preceding primetime broadcasting.

Primetime Broadcasting

Fox News's primetime coverage is opinion focused with a conservative to far-right coverage. 

Tucker Carlson kicks off primetime coverage and spends much of his show delivering a monologue on issues important to him and other far-right conservatives.

Sean Hannity follows Carlson. Hannity is very close with Donald Trump and often fields calls from him live on his show.

Primetime coverage concludes with Laura Ingram's The Ingram Angle. Ingram is another Trump acolyte and often spends much of her show advocating for Trump and his policies. 

Previous Fox News Debates (EST)
  • Joe Biden
    Biden
    Donald Trump
    Trump
    The third and final Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Both candidates were allowed to answer moderator Kristen Welker's initial questions for two minutes uninterrupted, as a new feature allowed opponent's mics to be muted during that timeframe. After the initial segment question, of which there were six, both candidates spoke freely. Biden and Trump addressed questions on outside interference with American elections, the economy, national security, the ongoing pandemic, healthcare, climate change and tax plans if elected. Final question was about Leadership. This debate was far more civil than their first.
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  • Kamala Harris
    Harris
    Mike Pence
    Pence
    Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence faced off at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate. A couple memorable moments are when the moderator accidently referred to Senator Harris as Kamala Harris, to which the Senator responded "that's fine. I'm Kamala" and when a fly landed on Pence's head. The two repeatedly clashed over the Trump Administrations response to multiple crises gripping the United States, with Senator Harris strongly criticizing Trump and Pence for their inability to help everyday Americans and VP Pence largely sticking to talking points in defense of Trump.
  • Donald Trump
    Trump
    Joe Biden
    Biden
    The first Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held in front of a small audience at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The topics debated were Biden's and Trump's records, the Supreme Court, pandemic, economy, racial unrest, and election integrity. Donald Trump constantly interrupted Joe Biden, prompting the former Vice President to ask Donald Trump "will you shut up, man?" Chris Wallace, the moderator for the evening, constantly had to chime in to ask Donald Trump to stop interrupting Joe Biden.
Previous Fox News Town Halls (EST)
Videos of Most Recent Notable Speaking Engagements on Fox News
3rd Presidential Debate (2020)
The third and final Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Both candidates were allowed to answer moderator Kristen Welker's initial questions for two minutes uninterrupted, as a new feature allowed opponent's mics to be muted during that timeframe. After the initial segment question, of which there were six, both candidates spoke freely. Biden and Trump addressed questions on outside interference with American elections, the economy, national security, the ongoing pandemic, healthcare, climate change and tax plans if elected. Final question was about Leadership. This debate was far more civil than their first.
3rd Presidential Debate (2020)
The third and final Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Both candidates were allowed to answer moderator Kristen Welker's initial questions for two minutes uninterrupted, as a new feature allowed opponent's mics to be muted during that timeframe. After the initial segment question, of which there were six, both candidates spoke freely. Biden and Trump addressed questions on outside interference with American elections, the economy, national security, the ongoing pandemic, healthcare, climate change and tax plans if elected. Final question was about Leadership. This debate was far more civil than their first.
3rd Presidential Debate (2020)
The third and final Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Both candidates were allowed to answer moderator Kristen Welker's initial questions for two minutes uninterrupted, as a new feature allowed opponent's mics to be muted during that timeframe. After the initial segment question, of which there were six, both candidates spoke freely. Biden and Trump addressed questions on outside interference with American elections, the economy, national security, the ongoing pandemic, healthcare, climate change and tax plans if elected. Final question was about Leadership. This debate was far more civil than their first.
Vice Presidential Debate
Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence faced off at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate. A couple memorable moments are when the moderator accidently referred to Senator Harris as Kamala Harris, to which the Senator responded "that's fine. I'm Kamala" and when a fly landed on Pence's head. The two repeatedly clashed over the Trump Administrations response to multiple crises gripping the United States, with Senator Harris strongly criticizing Trump and Pence for their inability to help everyday Americans and VP Pence largely sticking to talking points in defense of Trump.
Vice Presidential Debate
Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence faced off at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate. A couple memorable moments are when the moderator accidently referred to Senator Harris as Kamala Harris, to which the Senator responded "that's fine. I'm Kamala" and when a fly landed on Pence's head. The two repeatedly clashed over the Trump Administrations response to multiple crises gripping the United States, with Senator Harris strongly criticizing Trump and Pence for their inability to help everyday Americans and VP Pence largely sticking to talking points in defense of Trump.
Vice Presidential Debate
Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence faced off at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate. A couple memorable moments are when the moderator accidently referred to Senator Harris as Kamala Harris, to which the Senator responded "that's fine. I'm Kamala" and when a fly landed on Pence's head. The two repeatedly clashed over the Trump Administrations response to multiple crises gripping the United States, with Senator Harris strongly criticizing Trump and Pence for their inability to help everyday Americans and VP Pence largely sticking to talking points in defense of Trump.