The Fox News host says he intends to press the president on serious topics like North Korea and Iran. Hannity, who is expected to get 10 to 15 minutes with the president, says he won't interrupt him. “It’s very hard to interrupt the president, but I think the American people in interviews like this want to hear the president ultimately provide the answer,” Hannity tells Variety, adding: “It’s not my day. People want to hear from the president.” This will be Trump's third Super Bowl pregame show interview. Shortly after taking office in 2017, he sat down with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly. In 2018, he skipped the pregame interview. In 2019, he sat with Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan.