Fox News Channel’s Special Report host Bret Baier and The Kelly File’s Megyn Kelly will co-anchor its coverage of Monday’s first debate between White House hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. NBC’s Lester Holt is moderating that first debate between the two candidates, at Hofstra University, from 9 PM-11 PM ET.
Joining Baier and Kelly for FNC’s post-debate analysis: On the Record host Brit Hume, The Five’s Dana Perino and political contributors Juan Williams and Tucker Carlson.
Coverage will be available on FNC, as well as on additional platforms including, Fox News Radio, Fox News Mobile and FoxNews.com, where the debate will livestream for free without authentication.
Additionally, FNC programs telecast from Hofstra University include Special Report, On the Record, The O’Reilly Factor before the debate, and The Kelly File moved to 11 PM, followed by a two-hour Hannity set to start at midnight.
Meanwhile, FBN’s debate coverage will be anchored by anchor/managing editor Neil Cavuto. He will anchor his daytime FBN program, Cavuto Coast to Coast, on location earlier that day; Lou Dobbs Tonight will run live from the debate hall, and he will join Cavuto throughout the evening’s coverage along with FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, Trish Regan and Kennedy.