A spokesperson for the network told Politico it potentially will air parts of the event during Thursday's newscasts, which will continue normally with "The Beat with Ari Melber" airing live at 6 p.m.
ET and "Hardball with Chris Matthews" at 7 p.m.
The network did not immediately return The Hill's request for more information on its Thursday schedule.
Streaming channels such as CBSN and ABC News Live both reportedly plan to air the entirety of Trump's remarks, while CBSN will cover the rest of the event as well.
Trump has promised to speak at the event and told reporters during a bill signing in the Oval Office that the event, which is set to include military tanks and a flyover from the new Marine One aircraft, "will be like no other.".
“We’re gonna have a great Fourth of July in Washington, D.C.,” the president said Monday.
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