President Obama to Appear on Fox News for Chris Wallace Interview

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President Barack Obama

The Commander-In-Chief has not appeared on the cable news net since his pre-Super Bowl sit-down with Bill O'Reilly in 2014.

President Obama is set to make a rare appearance on Fox News Channel, booking his first-ever interview on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.

It's the first time Obama has been on the program since taking office and his first appearance on the network since 2014 when he sat down with Bill O'Reilly in the White House for the traditional Super Bowl Sunday presidential Q&A.

This interview, taking place at the University of Chicago, will cover the pending Supreme Court nomination, the state of the 2016 election and Obama's presidential legacy. Wallace has interviewed Obama three times previously, twice since he took office.

The interview will air Sunday, April 10, on local Fox channels and at 2 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET on FNC.