Fox Nation is bringing you a behind-the-scenes look at the coverage of the second face-to-face summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Fox News Channel is presenting special live programming through Thursday on the latest developments, and several Fox News favorites -- including Ed Henry, Sean Hannity and Bill Hemmer -- are in Hanoi, Vietnam to cover the historic talks.

Henry said he was able to spend some time exploring Hanoi and meeting some of the local residents in the days before the summit.

He said the city was chosen, in part, because of the economic rebound it's seen since the Vietnam War, and U.S. officials wanted to show Kim what Pyongyang could be.

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Hannity revealed that the trip from his hotel to the Fox News set at the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi was supposed to be only 10 or 15 minutes, but traffic simply wasn't moving Tuesday morning.

He said that a guide who was traveling with them suggested that they ride on the back of scooters, which can more easily navigate the traffic.

Video shows Hannity, wearing sunglasses and his trademark blazer and jeans, throwing a “thumbs up” to the camera from the back of a scooter.

"It's raining, number one. Number two ... the traffic is insane with the scooters. And we get on a scooter, and it's crazy," Hannity said. "It was fun, and we made it here on time."

Watch the fun behind-the-scenes video above, and sign up for Fox Nation for much more!

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