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Hillary Clinton has decided to join a Special Report town hall in Detroit also featuring Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

The Clinton campaign changed course after initially saying the former secretary of state was "unable to attend due to a conflict in her campaign schedule."

The Fox News town hall will be moderated by Bret Baier and air at 6 p.m. ET.

It will be presented live at Detroit's Gem Theatre, in front of an audience of Michigan voters just one day before the state’s crucial primary.

The forum also comes after Sanders picked up wins in Saturday's Nebraska and Kansas caucuses, while front-runner Clinton snagged a victory in the Louisiana primary.

Maria Bartiromo discussed the battle between Sanders and Clinton on Sunday.

The Sunday Morning Futures host weighed in on Clinton's tax plan, calling it a significant shift away from “her husband’s economic policies … to the far left.”

Sanders’ run for the nomination has pushed Clinton “way to the left,” she noted. “You’ve got all of these things that are tax-related, but nothing really actually encouraging companies to stay here and create jobs."

"I think that’s why Bernie Sanders has been so significant for Hillary Clinton. Not necessarily that he’s going to win and take her votes, but more so that he’s pushing her so much to the left.”

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