PBS is replacing part of the programming hole left by Charlie Rose with a new Trump-focused show by BBC anchors Christian Fraser and Katty Kay, a frequent critic of Trump when she appears on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
In June, she said that Trump's tweets, which are often peppered with insults toward his critics, have "made the presidency smaller" and that Trump himself is "making America smaller."
Also in June, after Trump tweeted about "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski "bleeding" from a facelift, Kay said he has "some creepy issue" with women and that he "sees women as being weaker than men."
Kay and Fraser will host a new show called "Beyond 100 Days," which will air 11:30 p.m. to midnight beginning Jan. 2. "Beyond 100 Days" is a news analysis program that will look specifically at the Trump presidency.
The show replaced the second half hour that was formerly filled by Charlie Rose, who had his syndicated program dropped following allegations of sexual misconduct.