President Trump Postpones Interview With Fox News' Sean Hannity

President Donald Trump has postponed his scheduled interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity in light of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

POTUS was slated to appear on Hannity on Wednesday night’s show, but instead, our sister site Variety reports that he’ll travel to Las Vegas in response to the mass shooting that killed more than 50 people on Sunday evening. (Fox News is looking to reschedule the interview, the network said in a statement.)

The interview with Hannity — to be filmed in front of an audience of Republicans, Democrats and independents — was expected to focus on tax reform and the economy. Trump was also planning to take questions from the audience in a pre-taped segment.

Hannity last Q&A’d Trump just hours after his inauguration on Jan. 20. He previously sat down with then-prospective Republican nominee Trump during the 2015 primaries.

Back in July, Hannity landed an interview with Donald Trump Jr. after news broke that he had met with a Russian attorney in the midst of his father’s presidential campaign.

Did Trump make the right call in postponing his chat with Hannity to focus on Las Vegas?