2020 Democratic presidential frontrunner Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., told voters and Fox News viewers why they should vote him into the White House in a special town hall event Monday night.
Sanders spent an hour answering questions from potential voters and Fox News hosts Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, before thanking the audience and viewers.
The senator defended his wealth, outlined his health care plan, and critiqued President Trump in what was the most watched town hall event so-far this election season.
But that wasn’t the whole story...
Fox Nation took a behind the scenes look at Monday’s Town Hall as Fox News crews worked tirelessly setting up the event and reaching out to the local community about the important issues that Sanders needed to address.
The crew even dealt with a weather situation that threatened the event.
“Due to the weather conditions in the area they're worried about a power cut from the local utility,” Roger Germinder, Coordinator Operations and Engineering for Fox News revealed in the Fox Nation special.
To see how the Town Hall was put together, how the anchors prepared and more go to FoxNation.com.