UPDATE: President Trump, Sean Hannity cancel Morgantown filming after Las Vegas mass shooting

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Published: Sep. 30, 2017 at 4:27 PM EDT
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According to FOX News officials, "Hannity" will no longer be filmed at the Metropolitan Theatre in Morgantown Wednesday.

The show was scheduled to be filmed with an interview with President Trump, however, due to the mass shooting in Las Vegas, the filming was canceled.

It is unknown at this time if the interview will be rescheduled.

The President will be visiting Las Vegas Wednesday.


In a national address, President Trump announced he will be flying to Las Vegas Wednesday.

UPDATE 10/2/17

According to the Mon County Commission, President Trump will no longer be coming to Morgantown Wednesday.

5 News is reaching out to the producers of "Hannity" to see if Sean Hannity will still be coming to the Metropolitan Theatre and if he will be communicating with the president remotely.

Stay with 5 News for more information.

Original Story

Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity will sit down with President Donald Trump for a town hall meeting at the Metropolitan Theatre in Morgantown on Oct. 4, according to Monongalia County Commissioner Tom Bloom.

The invitation-only event will begin at 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Doors will open at 3 p.m.

Trump was last in West Virginia for a rally in Huntington on Aug. 3, which is when Governor Justice took the stage with the president to announce his switch from Democrat to Republican.

The show “Hannity” will be broadcast from the Metropolitan Theatre and feature an interview with Trump.

If you are interested in attending, you must fill out the form located on the Related Links tab to your right.