A spokeswoman for Fox News did not respond to requests to comment on Monday night about the show at the rally, which was one of the clearest demonstrations yet of the pleasant relationship between the network and the White House Trump.
It happened almost immediately after Trump took the stage in Missouri following the introduction of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, who warmed the audience.
Trump, who appeared on the live show in a talk behind the scenes only moments ago, summoned Fox News host to the stage and was forced.
Hunty's first comment on stage with the president? He attacked the media people around the rally and said: "By the way, all these people from behind are false news."
As observers noted, Fox News journalists were among the "people in the back" that Hennett abused.
Hunty later said he had no idea that Trump intended to call him on stage.
He was not the only Fox News host to appear on stage at the rally. Following Huntie's short remarks, Trump introduced Gianni Piro.
"There's a woman on Saturday night who treats us very well," Trump said, praising Pyro's throbbing monologues as "always brilliant."
When Piro took the stage, she urged the crowd to vote for the Republican candidates.
Haniti and Piro spent the night on the air from the rally, and at the same time surprised the audience for Trump's arrival. Haniet said on his show that he "threw football balls, signed hats and photographed" with members of the audience.
And after Huntie talked to Trump backstage, Bill Shane, the president of Fox News, became White House's communications manager, offering him five stars, according to the White House pool report.
While Fox News did not immediately comment on Hunty's campaign with Trump at a Monday evening demonstration, the network had spoken earlier when the Vanity appeared in Trump's ad.
At the same time, a Fox News spokesman said the network "has no news" that Henity had participated in the publication, adding that he "will not do anything along these lines until the end of the election."