By Michael Rothstein and David L. MartinFox News Sunday morning host Megyn Kelly and Fox News’ Sean Hannity were joined by several guests who will participate in the “Fox & News” show’s second-to-last hour, and it was a bit of a wild one.
Kelly was in a room full of journalists, reporters and reporters from around the country to get to know them, as she was preparing to launch a new morning show.
The morning’s topics included the recent mass shooting at Pulse, the fallout from the recent terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, and the new president Donald Trump, who was scheduled to appear on the program on Sunday.
A newscast anchor for the network, Chris Wallace, and an anchor for Fox News Channel (FNC), Kimberly Guilfoyle, were also on the air.
“We are going to be the only morning show on cable that’s not hosted by Megyn and Sean,” Hannity said.
“We’re going to have the most honest morning in the history of cable.
And that means it’s going to come off the air.”
He continued, “It’s going be a newscaster on Fox News.
It’s going have a different angle.
It’ll be a different style.
It will be different personalities, it will be a totally different show.
I mean, you won’t find that anywhere else.
And it’s a very different tone than we’ve ever had.”
Hannity went on to describe a new approach to the news that Fox News has embraced in recent years, including the decision to air news segments from local stations that are owned by Fox News executives, instead of the traditional networks.
Fox News Channel will be the first morning show in history to air on Fox that will not be owned by a network, and Hannity said that this move has made a huge difference for the business and the business community.
“If you go back to before this, before this happened, we used to go to the station, we went to the reporter, we didn’t go to any of these people,” he said.
“I mean, it was really just the network,” Hannity continued.
“And I think that is a huge change.
It makes a difference.
It puts our news on the face of the world, it puts it out there, and people are going, ‘Hey, I don’t care what you have, what you say, if this is going to get aired on Fox, it’s worth it.'”
In addition to Hannity, Kelly and Guilfeo are joining host Chris Wallace on the show, along with a slew of other Fox News personalities.
The two hosts are the first two Fox News hosts to air at the same time since Sean Hannity joined the network in 2016, joining Fox News as a morning host in June of that year.
In a statement to Fox News, Kelly said, “Our mission has always been to bring you the best news from the world’s greatest news organizations.”
“The morning shows on Fox &!
News will be as distinctive as they ever were,” Hannity added.
“It is the only network in history that has never had two morning shows that are a different language, but they are so different, it is going be the greatest news show in the world.
I think we will be that morning show.”