Sean Hannity, Chris Wallace, and Bret Baier Headed to Singapore Next Week For Summit

Next week networks will be sending people to Singapore for coverage of the historic North Korea summit, and that includes some Fox News heavyweights.

The network announced today plans for live reporting from Singapore for the summit between Kim Jong Un and President Trump, including Chris Wallace hosting Fox News Sunday from there this weekend.

Special Report anchor Bret Baier will also be covering the summit extensively––with a special live edition of his news program on Sunday at 6 pm ET and live on-site coverage on Monday and Tuesday. Fox News White House Correspondent John Roberts and Washington correspondent Rich Edson will be reporting live from Singapore starting this Saturday.

The announcement also reveals that Sean Hannity will be in Singapore for three days –– June 11-June 13.

Hannity’s presence is also notable because it was first announced by former White House official and current Fox Newser Sebastian Gorka yesterday (h/t Dave Brown):

When FBN’s Trish Regan asked Gorka if he’s going to Singapore, he said he’s going with Hannity.

Hannity, of course, is one of the most pro-Trump voices on TV and was the subject of a recent report on how frequently he speaks with the President.

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