Donald Trump Super Bowl interview live stream: How to watch online
Here are all the details you need about Donald Trump’s interview with Bill O’Reilly on Super Bowl Sunday.
Super Bowl 51 should be an extremely exciting game. It will feature two of the top offenses in the NFL and two of the best quarterbacks. However, on Sunday Feb. 5, things will get dramatic before the big game even begins. Popular conservative television host Bill O’Reilly from Fox News will have an interview with Donald Trump starting at 4:00 p.m. ET. Though it will be done before the afternoon, the airing of it begins at 4.
O’Reilly is known for giving his opinion, even if it contradicts those of the Republican Party at times. He’s one of the best interviewers around and even Democrats have a lot of respect for him. O’Reilly puts up impressive numbers, as his show’s ratings remains at the top of its time slot. This will be his first interview with Trump as the President of the United States.
The President will likely have to answer for a few of his decisions. Even though his executive orders have been liked by some, many oppose them, especially his vetting of immigrants from certain countries. O’Reilly is never afraid to ask the tough questions, so expect him to be tough but fair to Trump.
After the interview, Fox News will have the entire video on their website. The Super Bowl interview continues a tradition dating back to George W. Bush’s presidency. Barrack Obama made it an annual tradition and Trump is keeping it going strong. This will be the third time O’Reilly participates in the interview after doing so with Obama twice.
Date: Sunday Feb. 5
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: Fox
No matter what Trump says, it should be informative. O’Reilly and the President are good friends, which should make for an interesting interview.
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