Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski has been pretty quiet since police charged him with simple battery in a campaign rally incident with former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields.

But now he’s booked to sit down with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity tonight, after authorities announced today they would not move forward on the Jupiter Police Department’s misdemeanor battery charge against him.

David Aronberg, State Attorney for Palm Beach County, said today at a news conference that there was enough evidence for Jupiter police to have charged Lewandowski with simple battery for having grabbed Fields as she was attempting to talk to Trump at a campaign event. But Aronberg said the case is “not strong enough to meet the legal burden of a reasonable likelihood of a conviction.”

In his exclusive sit down with Hannity, Lewandowski will get back into fighting form, also talking about how the campaign plans to cinch the Republican nomination.