Fox News Channel is presenting special live programming through Thursday on the latest developments from the second face-to-face summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Sean Hannity will present "Hannity" live from Hanoi during the coverage, featuring a post-meeting exclusive interview with Trump later in the week. 



Chief national correspondent Ed Henry will lead Fox News Channel's coverage from 1:00am to 3:00am ET Wednesday and Thursday. Chief White House correspondent John Roberts, Washington D.C.-based correspondent Kristin Fisher and senior foreign affairs correspondent Greg Palkot will also report from Hanoi.

Bill Hemmer will be in Hanoi for "America's Newsroom" at 9:00am ET Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, along with Bret Baier, who will anchor "Special Report" from Vietnam at 6:00pm ET each night.

Additionally, "Fox & Friends" will start an hour early on both Wednesday and Thursday, beginning at 5:00am ET with special coverage on the historic talks.

Trump landed in Vietnam Tuesday morning hours after Kim arrived via train through China. The new talks come after a summit in Singapore last June, which was hailed by Trump as a success. 

North Korea pledged to work toward complete denuclearization, but critics say the communist regime has taken few concrete steps in the months since.


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