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Hillary to Give First Post-Convention Interview on 'Fox News Sunday'

Hillary to Give First Post-Convention Interview on 'Fox News Sunday'
Hillary Clinton (David T. Foster III/Charlotte Observer/TNS via Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 27 July 2016 04:41 PM

Hillary Clinton will sit down for her first interview after being named the Democratic presidential nominee on "Fox News Sunday" where she will face questions from host Chris Wallace — but her campaign still is making no promises on holding any press conferences.

The Wallace interview will air on Fox broadcast affiliates on Sunday morning before being repeated on Fox News Channel at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Eastern.

It will be Clinton's first time to appear on the program in five years and the fourth time she has appeared on Fox News since announcing her candidacy last year, according to a statement from Fox News.

Meanwhile, The Hill reports that Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook on Wednesday laughed when asked whether his boss would be holding a no-limits press conference like her GOP rival Donald Trump did earlier in the day.

"I will not speculate about anything after the election because I'll be on vacation. I'm saying that I can't even tell you what we're doing 10 days from now. We make these decisions on a rolling basis," Mook said.

Trump mocked Clinton for not facing the press for months when he took on reporters in Doral, Florida. The Washington Post reports Clinton last held a press conference on Dec. 4, 2015.

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Hillary Clinton will sit down for her first interview after being named the Democratic presidential nominee on "Fox News Sunday" where she will face questions from host Chris Wallace — but her campaign still is making no promises on holding any press conferences.
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