Fox News is reportedly going to feature Donald Trump as part of the network's coverage ringing in the New Year.
Politico reports that Trump “will be live from Florida” during the 11 p.m. hour “on New Year's Eve, helping hosts Kimberly Guilfoyle and Eric Bolling count down to 2016.”
Fox also announced Trump's attendance in a segment of the December 21 edition of The Five, describing Trump's appearance as a “huge announcement.” Co-host Eric Bolling said Trump would be “ringing in the New Year with us” and that other presidential candidates would also be heard from during the program.
The special caps a year in which Fox News and Trump were virtually connected at the hip.
Between May and November, the current Republican front-runner was given more interview airtime on the network than any other candidate. Trump has appeared for a total of 21 hours and 12 minutes, more than double that of Chris Christie, his closest competition with 9 hours and 30 minutes of airtime. In November alone, Trump appeared in 3 hours and 18 minutes' worth of interviews.
No candidate appeared on Fox more often in 2015 than Donald Trump, and now he'll likely be first in line for their coverage in 2016.