Fox News Show The New Revolution to Focus on the ‘Populist Movement’

Fox News is set to debut The New Revolution, a one-hour political Sunday show debuting June 4, according to a press release.

The program, on at 9 p.m., will be hosted by Steve Hilton, an adviser to former British Prime Minister David Cameron turned Fox News contributor.

Per the release, the show will “focus on the impact of the populist movement” in the wake of President Donald Trump’s election and surging populist candidates abroad.

Hilton — who for his work for Cameron was satirized by British sitcom The Thick of It — was a supporter of Brexit, and endorsed Trump in a write-up for Fox News claiming “working people” could not afford a Clinton presidency.

The first episode with “present interviews with employees from the Silicon Valley who have not opened up about their political views for fear of backlash.”

In addition, the show will feature a reoccurring segment called “SwampWatch,” bearing the unenviable task of tracking “President Trump’s pledge to ‘drain the swamp.'”

Watch a promo for the new show above, via Fox.

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