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Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich Set for Fox News Channel Primetime Interviews

Fox News Channel anchor Sean Hannity will interview Donald Trump on Monday as part of a series of conversations with the Republican candidates for President across the evening. All three interviews will be done in front of a live audience.

Greta Van Susteren will interview Ohio Gov. John Kasich at 7 p.m. on “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren”  after a campaign event in Huntington, N.Y. ahead of the state’s primary. Kasich will take questions from Van Susteren and supporters around New York’s Long Island.

Bill O’Reilly will hold forth with analysis and commentary on “The O’Reilly Factor” at 8 p.m.

Megyn Kelly’s “The Kelly File” will feature a full hour at 9 p.m. with Sen. Ted Cruz, on the road in Madison, Wis.

Capping the night at 10 p.m., Sean Hannity’s “Hannity” will conduct an  hour long interview with Donald Trump at Pabst Theater in Milwaukee. Featuring a live audience, the program will include questions from both host Sean Hannity as well as Wisconsin voters before they cast their ballots on Tuesday.

Fox News has had a contentious relationship with Trump, the GOP frontrunner, during the campaign to date. Last month the channel blasted Trump for his “sick obsession” with publicly criticizing Kelly’s journalistic credentials. Trump has periodically taken aim at Kelly since she questioned him last August at a Fox News-hosted debate.

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