Fox News will bring you live coverage of the RNC each night, and you can watch all of it from wherever you are
Last week we got the Democratic National Convention, and that means it’s time for the Republican National Convention this week. Donald Trump will once again be the presidential nominee, and he’s planning on speaking all four nights of the convention. And Fox News will bring you all of it, no matter where you happen to be when it’s going on
While the convention actually starts at 9 a.m. ET each day, the festivities will really begin for those of us at home at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. The event is scheduled to run for two hours each night, but it’ll almost certainly run long. The Democratic convention went at least 20 minutes over the allotted time every night, and we should expect the same from the RNC. So that’s something to keep in mind when we talk about the Fox News schedule.
The first night of the Republican National Convention is Monday, Aug. 24, and here’s the slate of speakers that we’re expecting: Amy Johnson Ford, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Natalie Harp, Charlie Kirk, Kim Klacik, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, Sean Parnell, Andrew Pollack, Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, House Republican Whip Steve Scalise, Rep. Matt Gaetz, Rep. Jim Jordan, Nikki Haley, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones, Donald Trump Jr and Tanya Weinreis.
Trump’s speech formally accepting the Republican nomination for president again will happen on Thursday night to end the convention, but, as mentioned before, he is expected to pop up on the other nights as well in some capacity. It’s not clear if that means he’ll actually be delivering speeches each night or just making cameos before his acceptance speech on Thursday
As for what Fox News has planned for the Republican National Convention, well, it’s pretty much the same as last week during the DNC.
Fox’s coverage, dubbed “Democracy 2020,” will be led by Fox News anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum. Fox News personalities Chris Wallace, Juan Williams, Dana Perino and Brit Hume will also show up to provide commentary and analysis. And, of course, we’ll hear from the large stable of Fox News correspondents as well.
Fox News has blocked off an hour each night for it’s “Democracy 2020” coverage of the Republican National Convention, set to coincide with the 10 p.m. hour of the schedule. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity” are each scheduled to run in their normal time slots. “The Ingraham Angle” is set to be bumped to 11 p.m. ET.
But the reality might not be as neat as the schedule indicates. Fox News will likely cut to convention speakers during “Hannity,” and the “Democracy 2020” panel will discuss each night’s events after it ends, so it would probably be unrealistic to expect “The Ingraham Angle” to begin right at this new scheduled time.
Fox News will not be providing a free livestream of its coverage this week — so if you want to stream it, you’ll need a TV provider login to watch on Fox News Go, the network’s streaming setup that you can enjoy in a web browser or the Fox News Go app for mobile devices and TV streaming boxes.
While you can’t get Fox News for free, you can stream the convention itself for free. The RNC will be available to stream on a large number of social platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Twitch, and Amazon Prime.
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