President Trump is dining Wednesday evening with Fox News host Sean Hannity and former Fox News executive Bill Shine, according to a report.

The trio will also be joined by Anthony Scaramucci, the incoming White House communications director, who taped an interview with Hannity earlier in the day, which will air tonight at 10 p.m. ET. The dinner was reported in a tweet by Ryan Lizza, Washington correspondent for the New Yorker, citing two sources.

Hannity is a staunch supporter of Trump, and recently nabbed an interview with the president's son, Donald Trump Jr., immediately after it was reported that he had a meeting last year with a Kremlin-linked lawyer who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton.

Shine resigned as co-president of Fox News in May, amid a potential shakeup Fox News following sexual harassment claims against now-former CEO Roger Ailes and former anchor Bill O'Reilly.

Fox News is one of Trump's preferred news outlets, complimenting shows like "Fox and Friends," while he assails CNN and New York Times as "fake news."