The governors. Gavin Newsom (Democrat of California) and Ron DeSantis (Republican of Florida) will face off this week in a debate hosted by Fox News.
Here’s what to expect during what the network calls “the great red-state-blue-state debate” between the two governors:
When will the debate take place?
The event will take place Thursday at 9 p.m. EST live from Alpharetta, Georgia, but there will be no audience in attendance.
How long will the debate last?
Fox said the debate would last 90 minutes and be moderated by prime-time pundit Sean Hannity, who hosts a weekday show on the network at 9 p.m. Hannity will then react live with a panel of guests from 10:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., the network announced, before its late-night newscast, “Fox News at Night with Trace Gallagher” will follow in its usual time slot at 11:00 p.m.
How can I watch or listen to the debate?
The debate will be broadcast live on Fox News Channel and simulcast on Fox News Radio. The event will also be broadcast on FoxNews.com, but a valid cable subscription will be required to access the stream.
What will be the topics of discussion?
Hannity will highlight a variety of issues in each state, “including the economy, borders, immigration, crime and inflation,” the network said.
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