President Barack Obama will sit down for his first Fox News Sunday interview since being elected commander-in-chief, this coming Sunday. Chris Wallace will conduct the interview from the University of Chicago. Wallace previously interviewed Obama in 2009 and 2013 for Fox News Channel; he interviewed then-Sen. Obama in 2008 for the Sunday Beltway show. Sunday’s interview also will mark Obama’s first FNC interview since 2014.

Fox News said Obama will take questions about his Supreme Court nomination, the 2016 election, and his presidential legacy, coinciding with the 20-year anniversary of the program Wallace has anchored the past 12 years. Maybe they’ll also discuss his recent visit to Cuba?

The one-hour live program airs Sunday mornings across Fox Broadcasting Company stations and is re-aired Sundays at 2 PM ET and 6 PM ET on Fox News Channel.

On the way to Chicago, Obama is  visiting Los Angeles – again – to raise money – again. This time for Democratic Senatorial candidates.  The fun starts tomorrow – consider yourself warned  – with a dinner at the home of Walt Disney Studios chair Alan Horn’s house,  followed by a Friday breakfast at the home of Tobey Maguire and Jennifer Meyers.