"Fox News Sunday" has been working with the Hillary Clinton campaign for months to try and set up a sit-down interview between her and host Chris Wallace.
Well, the details have finally been nailed down – and it couldn’t be at a more important time. This Sunday, Fox News will air Wallace's meeting with Clinton, making it her first interview since officially becoming the Democratic nominee.
Clinton last appeared on Fox News five years ago, although she did participate in a democratic town hall with Special Report’s Bret Baier in March and, more recently, spoke with "O'Reilly Factor" host Bill O'Reilly via phone to discuss the horrifying terror attack in Nice, France.
As Shepard Smith noted on Wednesday, Clinton’s accepting the "Fox News Sunday interview" indicates she wants to appeal to moderate voters.
Clinton's interview with Wallace will air on “Fox News Sunday” on Sunday morning and on Fox News at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.