Fox News Channel announced the debut of a new one-hour political show focused on the populist movement and featuring a recurring segment tracking one of President Trump’s campaign pledges.
Airing on Sundays, “The Next Revolution” will launch on June 4 and will be hosted by Fox News contributor, Steve Hilton, an adviser to former British Prime Minister David Cameron, Fox News announced in a press release.
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The show will “focus on the impact of the populist movement, both in the United States and throughout the world” with a rotating panel of three experts joining Hilton to discuss the week’s top stories.
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“Additionally, a segment that will reoccur on TNR entitled ‘SwampWatch’ will provide opinion and analysis on which industries, agencies and political groups in Washington D.C. and beyond are having an effect on President Trump’s pledge to ‘drain the swamp,'” the press release stated.
The show’s debut will feature Silicon Valley employees who have not been vocal on their political views for fear of backlash.
“The Next Revolution” will broadcast from a new state of the art studio in Los Angeles, according to Fox News.
Hilton, who joined Fox News as a contributor in 2016, is co-founder and CEO of Crowdpac, a non-partisan crowdfunding start-up in Silicon Valley to help people raise money and start running for office.
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