Hannity Crushes CNN And MSNBC Combined In Viewership

Julia Nista | General Assignment Reporter

Fox News host Sean Hannity beat his primetime competitors in combined views during coverage of President Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore Tuesday.

“Hannity” averaged 4.1 million views with his interview of the president after meeting with Kim. He garnered more views than both CNN and MSNBC combined. CNN netted an average of one million views with “Cuomo Primetime” and MSNBC had an average of 2.5 million views with “The Rachel Maddow Show,” according to Nielsen Media Research.

“Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “The Ingraham Angle” also got the best of their CNN and MSNBC competitors on Tuesday. In daytime coverage, Fox News garnered more than 1.8 million views, while CNN had 716,000 views and MSNBC received just over one million views.

On Tuesday in average primetime numbers, Fox News beat its competitors combined in views. Fox received almost 3.5 million views, while CNN and MSNBC combined received just above 3 million views.

Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday in a historic diplomatic summit with the hostile foreign country. The leaders and their advisers discussed North Korean denuclearization and other diplomatic matters. (RELATED: Sec. Mattis: ‘All’s Quiet’ In The North Korean Military)

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