Watch Sean Hannity Ride a Scooter Through Hanoi to Make It On Air

Fox News host Sean Hannity is in Vietnam to cover President Donald Trump‘s second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and had to get creative when Hanoi traffic threatened to keep him off the air Monday night.

Hannity is airing live this week at 9 a.m. Hanoi time, and as the Fox News host and his crew made the 15 minute drive from the hotel to the studio, traffic was at a standstill for 40 minutes, he said on air.

“Plan B — we’re not making this up — I hopped on a scooter with some other staff of mine,” Hannity said, airing footage of the biking trip. “By the way, we were riding on the sidewalk there.”

“This is the way to travel!” Hannity exclaimed to the camera from the back of his scooter.

The summit between Trump and Kim is the second since their first meeting in Singapore last June, as part of an effort to have North Korea give up its nuclear weapons.

Watch above, via Fox News.

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