Donald Trump’s campaign has launched a nightly show that will air via Facebook Live from the Republican candidate’s Facebook page at 6:30 p.m. everyday.
Hosted by Boris Epshteyn, a senior advisor to the campaign, Cliff Sims, another Trump advisor, and Tomi Lahren, a commentator for The Blaze, the program broadcasts from Trump Tower and will stream the candidate’s rallies along with commentary each night.
The live show comes amid speculation that Trump is looking to start his own TV channel or media company if he loses the election in November. Trump has dismissed the rumors.
The nightly live stream provides the campaign a way to get around the mainstream media, which Trump has routinely attacked during the election, Epshteyn told Wired.
“We all know how strong the left wing media bias is,” he said. “This is us delivering our message to voters. It has nothing to do with Trump TV. It’s about using 21st century technology and communication in a way that’s effective.”
The show premiered on Monday after a soft launch on Wednesday that streamed the final presidential debate. The first episode included interviews with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and advisor Jason Miller.