Tuesday night will bring us Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, just over a year after his inauguration, and as is always the case with these things you have no shortage of coverage options. All the major broadcast networks and cable news networks will be carrying Trump’s speech, and all of them will have an option for online streaming.
That includes, of course, Fox News. If Fox News is your 24-hour news network of choice, you’ll be able to check out the speech and their coverage from wherever you, assuming you have access to wifi or a data connection, of course.
The State of the Union address is scheduled to begin at 9 pm. ET/6 p.m. PT. Fox News’s coverage will be hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum. The network has blocked off two hours for the speech, though they won’t need that whole time — after the speech, you can expect coverage of the response to the speech from both Republicans and Democrats by Fox News’ stable of reporters, as well as analysis.
Though the State of the Union coverage will occur during Hannity’s usual timeslot, he’ll still have his show afterward at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT, and the show will no doubt be spent entirely discussing the speech and the response.
Fox News’s around the clock livestream on Foxnews.com will carry the speech and accompanying coverage right here, though you’ll need a TV provider login to watch beyond the 10-minute free period. FoxNews.com will also feature a live blog during the speech if you’re looking for instant analysis.
Trump’s speech is expected to tackle issues of immigration policy, his administration’s infrastructure plan, the GOP tax bill that passed late last year and his foreign policy agenda — including comments about the situation with North Korea. The speech will likely last around an hour.