TONIGHT, 10 ET: Trump Talks Minority Outreach in 'Hannity' Town Hall
Says officer may have "choked" in Tulsa shooting.
Programming Note: The "Hannity" town hall event, originally scheduled for Wednesday, did not air due to breaking news coverage of the protests in Charlotte.
Tonight on Fox News Channel at 10:00 ET, don't miss a special Hannity town hall event, featuring Donald Trump.
Sean will be in Cleveland, Ohio - where the polls are neck-and-neck between the GOP candidate and Hillary Clinton - to discuss Trump's outreach to minority voters.
During the one-hour discussion at Rev. Darrell Scott's church, Trump will talk about his efforts to win over African-Americans.
Trump will take questions from the audience and guests, including Rev. Scott, and local radio host, Rev. C.L. Bryant.
Other guests scheduled to appear at the event include boxing promoter Don King, Trump campaign adviser Omarosa Manigault, Dr. Ben Carson and his wife, Candy Carson.
In the preview clip above, Trump discussed the fatal police shooting of a man named Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Crutcher was unarmed and appeared to have his hands up when an officer fired.
Trump said Crutcher "was doing everything he was supposed to do," questioning whether the female officer "choked."
"I don't get it. I don't care where you're coming from. There was something really bad going on," said Trump.
"His hands were high. He was walking to the car. He put the hands on the car. Now, maybe she choked. Something really bad happened."
Tune in tonight for the Hannity town hall at 10:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.