President Trump agrees to Super Bowl interview with CBS

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Following a year’s break, President Donald Trump will revive the convention of the pre-Super Bowl presidential interview. Trump will meet later this week with Margaret Brennan of CBS News’ “Face the Nation.” Excerpts of what the network is calling “a broad interview” will run Sunday morning about the public-affairs show (10:30 a.m. EST, check local listings), which will broadcast this week from the Super Bowl city of Atlanta. More excerpts will air later throughout the pre-game show (roughly 3:30 p.m. EST/12:30 p.m. PST) prior to the Super Bowl, which this season airs on CBS.

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With CBS with rights to this game in 2019 the Super Bowl, that is traditionally the highest-rated TV event of the year, rotates between multiple major networks. This year’s Super Bowl LIII will be performed between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots starting at 6:30 p.m. Eastern. President George W. Bush started the habit of sitting for a meeting with the network broadcasting the Super Bowl and also President Obama continued that tradition during his two periods.

Shortly after his inauguration in 2017, Trump was interviewed by Bill O’Reilly, subsequently of Fox News, in advance of Fox’s broadcast of Super Bowl LI. When the large game was hosted by NBC trump didn’t participate last year. He has been a regular critic of NBC possessions, including MSNBC. Two days following the Super Bowl, the president will find the spotlight again. On Monday he accepted Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s invitation to deliver the State of the Union speech on Feb. 5. The initial scheduling has been postponed due to the recent partial government shutdown.

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