Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in New York City to discuss the 2016 election and how they could unite behind a third presidential candidate.
CNN is airing their interview on its website, but you can watch the full one on Fox News.
Clinton will speak on “Fox News Sunday” at 8 p.m.
Sanders will be interviewed on “State of the Union.”
The president will be on “CBS This Morning.”
The vice president will appear on “The Daily Show.”
NBC is airing its “Meet the Press” interview.
And on ABC, Fox and CBS are airing their Sunday interviews with Clinton and Trump.
The full interview will air on the evening of April 15, with a commercial break.
Trump and Sanders, who will appear in the same place, are joined by Republican Sen. John McCain and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin.
Trump will address the American people on Saturday, according to the White House, while Sanders will address a smaller crowd of about 100 people on Sunday.
He is scheduled to speak about his own campaign.
Clinton is scheduled for a rally on Tuesday.
Trump is scheduled in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Sanders and McCain are the first candidates Trump has announced since his inauguration.
They will be joined by New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie and retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, who Trump has tapped to head the military.
Trump and his former running mate, Indiana Gov.
Mike Pence, have said they will not participate in the 2020 primary, but will instead focus on the general election.