The "Today" presenter will be the latest in a long line of celebrities taking on temporary hosting duties at the long-running quiz show.
Sylvia Shaw, an academic and author of "Women, Language and Politics," told Newsweek, "This is part of the febrile political polarization in the run-up to the U.S. election right now—with a sexist twist!"
Guthrie's performance during the NBC event drew praise and criticism—and gained her thousands of new social media followers.
Mary Trump's tweet suggested she agreed with the characterization of the president as a "crazy uncle."
"Questions, topics, tactics, all reeking of nothing but pure political bias," claimed the Fox News host.
The conversation between Trump and a group of Florida voters is set to be moderated by Today co-host Savannah Guthrie.
Feldman served as former Vice President Al Gore's traveling chief of staff during the 2000 presidential election cycle.
During the one-hour televised event in Miami, the Today show co-host will lead a conversation between the president and a group of Florida voters.
The filmmaker behind some of Hollywood's biggest comedies called on the broadcast journalist to hold Trump accountable for past statements.
Although this may be an impressive timeline to people, Fauci noted that it's in line with what he's been saying since the beginning of this year.
"This is a history going back to the 1830s minstrel shows to demean and denigrate a race. It wasn't right," Al Roker said.
The interview comes on the heels of Daniels's interview on "60 Minutes," where she alleged that she was threatened to keep quiet about President Donald Trump.
Savannah Guthrie pointedly asked: "Did she have a sexual relationship with the president?"
Asked about the president's response to Saturday's attack in London, Conway said reporters were trying to "make this about something other than what it's about."
Instead of replacing Andrew Jackson on the bill, Trump wants to create another denomination for Harriet Tubman.