Fox News gives a hand to GOP candidates

Fox News Channel is set to air one-hour interviews and voter Q&As with each of the four remaining Republican candidates across primetime on tonight going head-to-head with CNN’s Democratic debate at 9p and airing a day ahead of CNN’s GOP debate on Thursday. FNC’s election coverage begins at 7p with On The Record With Greta Van Susteren speaking with Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Next up, The O’Reilly Factor at 8p. The Kelly File, featuring Megyn Kelly attending a campaign event in North Carolina for an interview with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, follows at 9p. Then, at 10p, Sean Hannity spends an hour with Donald Trump from the campaign trail in Fayetteville, NC, before Kelly returns interviewing Sen. Marco Rubio from Florida.

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