Trump unveils weekly time slot on "Fox & Friends", host corrects him

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Trump unveils weekly time slot on "Fox & Friends", host corrects him

"Well that's an exclusive right there!"

"Sounds good", co-host Brian Kilmeade agreed.

On the Tuesday call, Trump claimed there was some sort of agreement in place for him to be interviewed live "every Monday" going into the election, leading Doocy to pump the brakes on behalf of Fox News. "Like yesterday we were out in a different part of the world".

A weird exchange unfolded on Tuesday morning at the end of a Fox News interview with President Donald Trump. "I want the vaccine fast", said Trump, whose chances at re-election in November hinge on his response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

"I think he should take a drug test, ' Trump said, when prompted to repeat his past accusation against Biden". I have a feeling he's not going to do it.

Trump has long-favored the call-in format provided by morning news shows, which he used to his benefit during the 2016 campaign, getting out his unfiltered message without having to pay for TV ads. I mean it's hard to believe, the whole thing is insane. "Let's see if they do it".

UPDATE: The almost 50-minute interview ended with Brian Kilmeade noting "We're going to do it every week", to which President Trump replied, "I look forward to it, yeah we're doing it every Monday I think and if we can't do it on a Monday we'll do it on a Tuesday like we did today".

Throughout his presidency, Trump has been interviewed 106 times by Fox News, which averages out to more often than once every two weeks, said Mark Knoller of CBS News, who compiles Trump's media appearances. All right Donald Trump, president of the United States'.