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    Former Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is set to join Fox News as a contributor next week. Gabbard announced her departure from the Democratic Party last month and quickly became a strong voice for conservative candidates on the 2022 midterm campaign trail. OHIO BANS NONCITIZENS FROM VOTING WITH STATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Fox News confirmed to the Washington Examiner that the former congresswoman signed a deal Monday to join the network. Hours later, Gabbard guest-hosted Tucker Carlson Tonight. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER Gabbard remained outspoken about Big Tech’s societal influence and the need for politicians to address people’s needs over personal political pursuits. More from Midterms Warnock boosted by Soros-funded PAC linked to liberal dark money group, records show November 15, 2022 08:59 AM It's the first battle between Trump and DeSantis, and it's in the House November 15, 2022 06:52 AM Biden survives midterm elections, though his agenda's fate is unclear November 15, 2022 06:30 AM Republicans barrel toward congressional...
    Former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has joined Fox News as a paid contributor, the Los Angeles Times reported on Monday. “A representative for the conservative-leaning cable channel confirmed Gabbard signed a deal Monday and will start appearing on its programs next week,” the Times said. A few hours after the report dropped, she guest-hosted Tucker Carlson Tonight, for at least the second time. In recent months Gabbard has made numerous appearances on Fox News and other right-wing outlets, where she bashes her former Democratic colleagues on a myriad of subjects that include aid to Ukraine, Big Tech, and “woke gender ideology.” In October, she announced her departure from the Democratic Party, stating: I can no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party that is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue and stoke anti-white racism, who actively work to undermine our God-given freedoms enshrined in our Constitution, and who are hostile to people of faith and spirituality, who demonize the police, who protect criminals at...
    Kellyanne Conway made her debut as a Fox News contributor on Monday, with an introduction from the network’s Martha MacCallum. Speaking about comments by President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris around Hurricane Ian, Conway was brought on for her debut, MacCallum describing her as “former senior counselor to President [Donald] Trump, author of Here’s the Deal and now, as of today, we welcome her as a Fox News contributor.” “It’s always great to work with you, Kellyanne,” MacCallum said on The Story with Martha MacCallum. In her inaugural segment as an official contributor, Conway took shots at both the president and vice president. Conway’s primary criticism was held for Harris, taking aim at the vice president’s controversial comments recently suggesting resources being distributed “based on equity.” On the topic of environmental inequality, Harris said, “And so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality but we also need to fight for equity, understanding not everyone starts out at the same place.” “I’m so disappointed...
    Fox News contributor and former Rep. Jason Chaffetz told Sean Hannity that staffers arrested at the Capitol while working for Stephen Colbert should face the same consequences as people who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. On Thursday, seven employees of The Late Show were arrested for unlawful entry. One of those detained was Robert Smigel, the longtime voice of cigar-chewing puppet, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. The team was at the Capitol last week conducting interviews with Democratic lawmakers for a Late Show segment. After the interviews concluded, the staffers remained in the halls to film additional stand-ups despite reportedly not having permission to do so when the building was closed to visitors. They were arrested by Capitol Police. Since the arrests were reported, multiple Fox News hosts have drawn parallels between the arrestees in this recent sock puppet incident and those arrested pursuant to the Capitol insurrection, where supporters of Donald Trump violently breached the Capitol in an effort to overthrow the republic. The House Jan. 6 committee is currently conducting hearings into the riot. Hannity addressed...
    – – –Photo “Caitlyn Jenner” by Web Summit CC BY 2.0 and photo “exterior of Fox News” by ajay_suresh CC BY 2.0.
    "He actually is a perfect symbol of Faux News," Blaze Media's Daniel Horowitz tweeted in response to the announcement that Jenner will join Fox News as a contributor. "This is not conservatism," Megan Basham of the Daily Wire tweeted. He actually is a perfect symbol of Faux Newshttps://thehill.com/news/3012248-fox-news-inks-deal-with-caitlyn-jenner/\u00a0\u2026 — Daniel Horowitz (@Daniel Horowitz) 1648752428 \u201cCaitlyn\u2019s story is an inspiration to us all. She is a trailblazer in LGBTQ+ community & her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience,\u201d said Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott.\u201d\n\nThis is not conservatism.https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/celebrity/fox-news-names-caitlyn-jenner-contributor-rcna22405\u00a0\u2026 — Megan Basham (@Megan Basham) 1648753330
    Fox News announced it has hired Olympic champion and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner as a paid contributor, with her first appearance set for Thursday on Sean Hannity’s program. Jenner, 72, the former Olympic decathlete, ran an unsuccessful campaign for California governor last year as a Republican. She was defeated by Democrat Gavin Newsom, finishing the race 13th.  The network said Jenner, who is a transgender woman, will offer commentary and analysis across various Fox News Media platforms. Fox News announced on Thursday it has hired Caitlyn Jenner, 72, a paid contributor. Jenner is pictured at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy Awards viewing party on Sunday 'Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all,' said Suzanne Scott, Fox News Media CEO. 'She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.' Jenner won the Olympic gold medal in the decathlon in 1976. She came out as a transgender in 2015 and identifies as a female. She wrote on her Instagram page, which is...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel says it has hired Caitlyn Jenner as a contributor, with her first appearance set for Thursday on Sean Hannity’s program. Jenner, the former Olympic decathlete, ran an unsuccessful campaign for California governor last year. The network said she’ll offer commentary and analysis across various Fox News Media platforms. “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all,” said Suzanne Scott, Fox News Media CEO. “She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.” Jenner won the Olympic gold medal in the decathlon in 1976. She later came out as a transgender and identifies as a female. She said in a statement she was “humbled by this unique opportunity” to speak directly to Fox’s audience. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Fox News announced Thursday morning that Caitlyn Jenner will join the network as a contributor. Jenner is a former candidate for governor in California, an Olympic gold medalist, and a reality television personality, best known for connections with the Kardashian family. Jenner will offer commentary across Fox News’s programming. “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all,” Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said. “She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.” WATCH: FANS WANT ‘MONEY BACK’ AFTER CHRIS ROCK’S FIRST SHOW SINCE OSCAR SLAP The former athlete and reality television star, who was born Bruce Jenner, has been a vocal critic of NCAA swimmer Lia Thomas amid the controversy of whether a biological man can compete in women’s sports. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER Jenner’s first appearance will be Thursday night on Hannity at 9 p.m. News Caitlyn Jenner Fox News Sean Hannity Transgender LGBT
    Fox News announced that they have signed Caitlyn Jenner on as a contributing commentator on the network. Jenner will join Sean Hannity Thursday night to make her first Fox appearance in her new role. Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott confirmed the hiring in a network announcement obtained by Mediaite, which says “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all. She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.” The memo also included a statement from Jenner, who said “I am humbled by this unique opportunity to speak directly to Fox News Media’s millions of viewers about a range of issues that are important to the American people.” Jenner has made repeated appearances on Fox over the years to talk about her conservative political views and her attempt to run for governor of California. In her most recent Fox interviews, she has been voicing her opposition to transgender women being allowed to compete against biological females in athletic events. Have a tip we...
    Jonah Goldberg will be joining CNN as a contributor, reported Variety on Monday, citing “the WarnerMedia network.” Goldberg, along with Stephen Hayes, quit their contributor roles at Fox News last year over Fox host Tucker Carlson’s conspiratorial film, Patriot Purge, about the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol. Hayes has since joined NBC News as a contributor. Goldberg and Hayes are editor-in-chief and editor/CEO, respectively, of The Dispatch, a right-wing outlet. Goldberg and Hayes wrote in a November email to readers of The Dispatch: In late October, Tucker Carlson aired a promotion for a series he produced for Fox Nation, Fox’s subscription streaming service, called Patriot Purge. It’s a revisionist history of January 6, one in which those who entered the Capitol are largely portrayed as misunderstood patriots and many of those responsible for the violence are government officials or agents provocateurs acting on their behalf. Among the main protagonists of the series are the organizer of the “Stop the Steal” rallies and a racist fired from the Trump White House for his associations with white nationalists. The message...
    Incoming Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has selected Dr. Marty Makary to head his medical advisory team. The Republican, set to take office on Sunday, announced the addition to his administration and others in a press release Tuesday. Makary has published over 250 scientific articles on the redesign of healthcare and is a Fox News medical contributor, where he has spoken against the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic. "I recognize the severity of the virus and the significant loss that it has caused," Youngkin said in his press release. "Virginians should rest assured that we are monitoring this variant and doing everything we can to be smart about this." Makary is a surgical oncologist, chief of the Johns Hopkins Islet Transplant Center, clinical lead for the Johns Hopkins Sibley Innovation Hub, and the executive director of Improving Wisely, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation project "to lower health care costs in the U.S. by creating measures of appropriateness in health care," according to the press release. Makary’s research "focuses on the creation and evaluation of...
    Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe declared her refusal to be vaccinated for the express purpose of insulting the Joe Biden administration. Boothe appeared on Unfiltered With Dan Bongino Saturday night to rail against the Biden administration’s desire to “control” and “force his opponents to submit to him.” As she slammed the administration’s advancement of vaccine mandates, she told Bongino “I’m not vaccinated,” and she proceeded to explain why. I, as a 36-year-old woman with no underlying conditions, have a 97.99 percent chance of survival against Covid. So I was on the fence because it didn’t make sense to get vaccinated for a virus that is not a threat to my life, nor one that I fear. But now, I’m doubling down as a giant middle finger to Joe Biden’s tyranny, because now it’s a fight for freedom. Now it’s a fight against tyranny in America and that’s what this is all about. We are literally fighting right now for the future of this country. Boothe went on to reference the fact that Bongino has threatened to quit his radio show...
    A Fox News contributor called the Bidens the 'Klan family' and said 'Joe's the Imperial Wizard' while discussing an exclusive DailyMail.com report showing Hunter Biden's nonchalant use of the n-word.  Civil rights attorney Leo '2.0' Terrell made the comments on Sean Hannity's Tuesday night show, which  Hannity opened with a 60-second monologue wondering aloud why other mainstream media outlets aren't digging deeper into the 'Biden crime syndicate' and 'Hunter's hard drive from hell.' The DailyMail.com published a report on Tuesday showing Hunter's free use of the n-word with his white lawyer George Mesires and how he joked in a January 2019 text about a 'big penis'. He wrote to the lawyer: 'I only love you because you're black' and 'true dat n***a'. This is just a snippet of years of exchanges and comes a week after Joe Biden gave a speech decrying racism on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre.  Sporting a red MAGA-like hat saying Leo 2.0, Terrell jumped right into the conversation as soon as Hannity introduced him. 'I'll tell you right now, with all the facts...
    Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman Donna Brazile has parted ways with Fox News to join ABC News as a contributor, according to the Hill. “A spokesperson for ABC confirmed to The Hill that Brazile is now a contributor with the network,” the outlet reported Saturday. The former DNC chairwoman told The Daily Beast in a text message, “When my contract expired, they offered me an additional 2-4 years. But I decided to return to ABC.” Brazile added that in the past two years, Fox allowed her to appear on ABC News’s Sunday show This Week and said that “all is good” between her and the network. She made her debut as an ABC contributor on the May 23 broadcast of This Week, according to the Daily Beast article. Brazile joined the Fox News Channel in March 2019, Breitbart News reported at the time: In October 2016, Brazile was forced to resign from her role as a CNN contributor amid reports she leaked questions to then-Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign ahead of a CNN debate and CNN town hall. CNN said in a...
    Jack Davis, The Western Journal May 31, 2021 0 Comments Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile has parted ways with Fox News. Brazile, who joined Fox as a contributor in 2019, is now with ABC News, according to Mediaite. “My contract expired in March and they extended it for a few more years,” Brazile said. “Ultimately, I decided to return back to ABC. Great experience for me,” she said. Brazile said she had left Fox News of her own accord, according to The New York Times. “Fox never censored my views in any way, Everyone treated me courteously as a colleague,” Brazile wrote in an email, according to The Times. This has been a good week on Fox. Juan Williams leaves The Five! Donna Brazile leaves Fox for ABC. Now we need a resignation of Paul Ryan from the Board of Directors. — Boston Sports News (@BostonSprtsNews) May 30, 2021 First, Juan Williams leaves #TheFive and now Donna Brazile has left #FoxNews What is it, Christmas in May? https://t.co/fAeoQrMG5c — James T (@Audioear) May 28, 2021 ...
    Former Tennessee Democratic Congressman Harold Ford Jr. has joined FOX News Media as a contributor, CEO Suzanne Scott announced on Tuesday. "Harold has been a valuable guest on Fox News and I am pleased that our millions of viewers will continue to benefit from his insights derived from a highly accomplished career in both the business and government sectors," Scott said in a statement. Former Tennessee Democratic Congressman Harold Ford Jr. has joined FOX News Media as a contributor. FOX NEWS MEDIA NAMES BERNARD T. GUGAR NEW GENERAL COUNSEL, EVP OF CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT The former five-term representative will offer insight and commentary across FOX News Media platforms, including Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. During his time as a lawmaker, Ford championed expanding educational opportunities, including financial literacy and required national service, as well as reforming campaign laws and responsible budgeting. "I am excited to join the FOX News Media family and am grateful for the network’s commitment to showcasing a diversity of voices and viewpoints. I look forward to sharing my unique perspective directly with the viewers,"...
    (Photo courtesy Fox News) Former Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D-TN) has officially joined Fox News as a contributor, the network announced Tuesday. Ford will provide commentary across all Fox News platforms, including Fox News and Fox Business, in both daytime and primetime programming, according to a Fox News statement. Ford was a five-term representative for Tennessee, from 1996-2006, where he served on the House Budget Committee and the House Committee on Financial Services. He is now the vice chairman and executive vice president of PNC Bank’s Corporate and Institutional banking business. “I am excited to join the FOX News Media family and am grateful for the network’s commitment to showcasing a diversity of voices and viewpoints,” Ford said in a statement. “I look forward to sharing my unique perspective directly with the viewers.” Ford currently makes regular appearances on Fox News shows America’s Newsroom, America Reports, and Special Report with Bret Baier. “Harold has been a valuable guest on FOX News and I am pleased that our millions of viewers will continue to benefit from his insights derived from...
    Fox News has hired former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as a contributor, making his first appearance on Friday’s “FOX & Friends.” “Mike Pompeo is one of America’s most recognized and respected voices on foreign policy and national security issues. I look forward to his contributions across our range of platforms to share his distinct perspective with our millions of viewers,” Fox News’ CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement. Pompeo will be a commentator across all Fox News Media platforms, which includes Fox Business Network’s daytime and primetime programming. “I intend to give viewers a candid, no-nonsense look at geopolitics, international relations, and the America First policies that helped chart the course for unprecedented American prosperity and security,” Pompeo said in the announcement. The press release noted Pompeo’s history of serving as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency before becoming Secretary of State under former President Donald Trump in which he was “instrumental in the decision to strike top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani,” along with orchestrating the “administration’s maximum-pressure campaign against the Islamic Republic of Iran which brought the Middle East closer to peace.”
    More On: mike pompeo Mike Pompeo reveals one Trump administration ‘regret’ Pompeo rejected US effort to declare ‘genocide’ in Myanmar on eve of coup: officials Pompeo says rejoining Iran deal would put region in jeopardy Pompeo slams Biden administration for ‘reckless’ release of Khashoggi report Mike Pompeo, the former Secretary of State for the Trump Administration, has been signed with Fox News as a contributor. “Mike Pompeo is one of America’s most recognized and respected voices on foreign policy and national security issues,” said Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott. “I look forward to his contributions across our range of platforms to share his distinct perspective with our millions of viewers.” Pompeo, a former director of the CIA, served as US Secretary of State from April 2018 until Trump left office on Jan. 20.   He was a key architect of Trump’s summits with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, marking the first between a sitting US president and North Korea but failed at getting the hermit state to dismantle its nuclear weapons. Pompeo also backed Trump’s effort to pull...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has joined Fox News Media as a contributor, CEO Suzanne Scott announced on Thursday. "Mike Pompeo is one of America's most recognized and respected voices on foreign policy and national security issues. I look forward to his contributions across our range of platforms to share his distinct perspective with our millions of viewers," Scott said. CNN RAISES EYEBROWS AFTER WARNING OF 'RACIST' FONTS THAT 'COMMUNICATE ASIANNESS' Pompeo will offer analysis across all Fox News Media platforms, including Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. He is scheduled to make his debut on Friday during "Fox & Friends." Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has joined Fox News Media as a contributor, CEO Suzanne Scott announced on Thursday. (AP Photo/John Raoux) ((AP Photo/John Raoux)) "As a now former diplomat and member of Congress, and in this new role at Fox News Media, I intend to give viewers a candid, no-nonsense look at geopolitics, international relations and the America First policies that helped chart the course for unprecedented American prosperity and security," Pompeo said. Pompeo,...
    Yet another member of Team Trump has joined Fox News. The conservative-leaning network announced on Thursday that it has signed ex-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as an on-air contributor. Pompeo is scheduled to make his first appearance as a network employee on Friday’s broadcast of Fox & Friends. “Mike Pompeo is one of America's most recognized and respected voices on foreign policy and national security issues. I look forward to his contributions across our range of platforms to share his distinct perspective with our millions of viewers,” Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott said in a network press release. “As a now former diplomat and member of Congress, and in this new role at FOX News Media, I intend to give viewers a candid, no-nonsense look at geopolitics, international relations and the America First policies that helped chart the course for unprecedented American prosperity and security,” Pompeo added. The move comes on the heels of Fox News hiring a slew of former Trump administration officials and campaign staff. In recent weeks, the network has brought on former White House press secretary...
    Fox News Media signed former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as a contributor, the network announced Thursday. “Mike Pompeo is one of America’s most recognized and respected voices on foreign policy and national security issues. I look forward to his contributions across our range of platforms to share his distinct perspective with our millions of viewers,” Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement. Pompeo is Fox News’ latest former President Donald Trump administration official its added to the contributor lineup in recent months. The network announced former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany as a contributor in early March and promoted her weeks later to a co-hosting position. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during a media briefing, on November 10, 2020, at the State Department in Washington,DC. (JACQUELYN MARTIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) Lara Trump, the former president’s daughter-in-law and senior campaign adviser, also recently joined the network as a paid contributor. “As a now former diplomat and member of Congress, and in this new role at FOX News Media, I intend to give viewers a candid,...
    Fox News Media has hired former Secretary of State Mike PompeoMike PompeoState Department memo suggests Biden hesitant to rejoin Open Skies Treaty: report Pence launches conservative political group In departure from Trump, State affirms editorial freedom of Voice of America MORE as a contributor, the company announced Thursday. It said Pompeo would provide commentary on Fox News and Fox Business Network for both daytime and primetime shows.  His first on-air appearance as a contributor will be Friday on “Fox & Friends.” The post could benefit Pompeo by connecting the former Trump administration Cabinet member to Fox’s audience. Pompeo is seen by many as a potential presidential candidate in 2024. “As a now former diplomat and member of Congress, and in this new role at FOX News Media, I intend to give viewers a candid, no-nonsense look at geopolitics, international relations and the America First policies that helped chart the course for unprecedented American prosperity and security,” Pompeo said in the statement. Pompeo, who served as former President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpGaetz trip to Bahamas part of federal sex trafficking investigation: report Omar...
    Loading the player... Fox News officially has a new contributor. The right-leaning network recently announced that Lara Trump would be joining their team. The former producer is the wife of Eric Trump and known for making appearances on the news channel, according to Variety. “I sort of feel like I’ve been an unofficial member of the team for so long,” said Trump on Monday morning while on Fox & Friends. “You guys know, it was kind of a joke over the past five years, I would come there so often that the security guards were like ‘Maybe we should just give you a key.’” Read More: Bernie Sanders says he doesn’t ‘feel comfortable’ with Trump Twitter ban Trump describes herself as a, “NC girl in NYC #MAGA” in her Twitter bio and took to the social media platform to speak about her new role. “I was so excited to announce this morning that I am officially joining the @FoxNews team! Thank you @ainsleyearhardt, @kilmeade & @SteveDoocy for the warm welcome on @foxandfriends,”Trump tweeted. I was so excited to announce this morning that...
    Joe Saunders, The Western Journal March 29, 2021 0 Comments If Lara Trump is running for the Senate, she’s gotten a running start. The wife of former President Donald Trump’s middle son, Eric, made her debut as a Fox News contributor Monday morning by blasting the Biden administration’s handling of illegal immigrants and the southern border crisis and the Democratic Party that supports him. But she called out one Democrat in particular in a guarantee to warm-up support in the Republican base. “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade led off the questioning, citing White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s grilling by Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.” Wallace’s questioning left no doubt that Psaki and the Biden White House are being swamped by a border crisis they caused – and one they can’t control. (Wallace is no favorite of Trump supporters after his handling of the first presidential debate back in September, but after Sunday’s interview, it’s a good bet he’s no favorite of the Biden White House either.) Trump was obviously ready for the topic. “We had the...
    Lara Trump joined Fox News as a contributor, a position that will increase her national platform as she weighs a North Carolina Senate run next year. The announcement was made on Fox & Friends on Monday morning.  'Let's bring in Lara Trump, former senior adviser for the Trump campaign, and we have a big announcement. She is a new Fox News contributor. Welcome to the family, Lara,' said host Ainsley Earhardt.    Trump thanked the hosts for the warm welcome.  'Well, I'm so excited, first of all, to be joining the Fox family, I sort of feel like I've been an unofficial member of the team for so long,' she said. 'You guys know it was kind of a joke over the past five years, I would come there so often that the security guards were like, maybe we should just give you a key.' Lara Trump joined Fox News as a contributor, a position that will increase her national platform as she weighs a North Carolina Senate run next year Trump, the wife of Eric Trump, is weighing a...
    Lara Trump is joining Fox News as a paid contributor, the network announced Monday morning. Trump, former President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law as well as his senior campaign adviser, joined “Fox & Friends” for the announcement Monday. Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt welcomed her “to the family” during the segment, in response to which Trump said she’s felt like “an unofficial member of the team for so long.” “I’m so excited, first of all, to be joining the Fox family,” Trump said. “I sort of feel like I’ve been an unofficial member of the team for so long. You guys know it was kind of a joke over the past five years, I would come there so often that the security guards were like, ‘Maybe we should just give you a key.'” WATCH: “So to be a part of the team, I’m so, so excited,” she added. Fox News’ Steve Doocy then noted that Trump is toying with the idea of running for Senate in North Carolina. Trump said she’s still considering it and added that she’s already spoken with the...
    Lara Trump, former President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law and senior campaign adviser, has announced that she is joining Fox News as a network contributor. Trump appeared Monday morning on Fox & Friends, where Ainsley Earhardt kicked off the segment by announcing Trump’s role and telling her “welcome to the family.” “I’m so excited, first of all, to be joining the Fox family,” Trump responded. “I sort of feel like I’ve been an unofficial member of the team for so long. You guys know, it was kind of a joke over the past five years, I would come there so often that the security guards were like maybe we should just give you a key.” Trump’s remarks drew chuckles from the curvy couch, but Steve Doocy turned the conversation toward the fact that the former president’s daughter-in-law is still considering a possible Senate run in North Carolina once Richard Burr (R) vacates his seat. Trump said she is still weighing her decision, but she’ll make her choice “soon,” and she claimed that her job with Fox wouldn’t hinder her. Fox has been...
    Refinery29 Kayleigh McEnany Will Feel Right At Home In Her New Job At Fox News Former White House Press Secretary. Harvard Law JD. Compulsive liar. Now, Kayleigh McEnany can add “Fox News contributor” to her Twitter bio. On Tuesday, the right-wing news network officially announced that Trump’s chief propagandist will join its ranks as an on-air commentator. “It is my distinct pleasure to welcome Kayleigh McEnany to the Fox family,” said host Harris Faulkner, who announced the news. “We will be seeing much more of her.” What a perfect gig for McEnany to land, truly — and very likely her dream job, too. After graduating from Georgetown University in 2010, she spent three years as a producer on Fox News for former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee’s show. Then, McEnany reportedly went to law school only because the network wouldn’t give her her own show. “I think one of the reasons that Kayleigh went on to law school was because she didn’t see she was going to have an on-air opportunity at Fox anytime soon,” Huckabee told The New York Times...
    NEW YORK (AP) — As widely anticipated, Fox News said Tuesday that it had signed former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany as a contributor to offer commentary on various network programs. McEnany, former President Donald Trump's final press secretary, didn't speak about her new role during an interview with Fox's Harris Faulkner that aired Tuesday. It was reported in January that McEnany had disclosed to the U.S. Office of Government Ethics while still in office that she would work for Fox after leaving the White House. Fox said at the time that it had been in discussions with McEnany but had paused them. Before working for Trump, McEnany was a commentator at CNN. While at the White House, McEnany frequently appeared on Fox News programs for interviews. She said Tuesday that her biggest regret at the White House was not being able to hold a briefing outlining all the accomplishments of the Trump administration. “But after Jan. 6, it just was not tenable,” she said. She said that “everyone in the administration was horrified” by the Jan. 6 Capitol...
    Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is joining Fox News as an on air contributor, becoming the latest alumni of the Trump administration to join the network. Fox News host Harris Faulkner announced McEnany's addition on Tuesday when she had McEnany on as a guest. 'It is my distinct pleasure today to welcome Kayleigh McEnany to the Fox family. We will be seeing much more of her in the future,' Faulkner said.  White House press secretary Jen Psaki wished McEnany, her predecessor in the briefing room, well in her new gig.  She said the two had spoken a few times in green rooms at CNN when they waited to go the network - this was back when McEnany was a CNN contributor and before she became Donald Trump's chief spokesperson. 'Like many Americans, we disagree on political issues but we talked about our families, our spouses, sports all sorts of things in the green room. And I certainly wish her the best in her future endeavors,' Psaki said at her daily press briefing. McEnany has been critical of President...
    Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is officially joining Fox News as a contributor, the network announced Tuesday.    
    Fox News Media announced on Wednesday that The Federalist publisher and co-founder Ben Domenech will be joining the company as a contributor. "As a frequent guest, Ben’s insightful opinions have added depth to our coverage and engendered trust from our viewers. We are proud to welcome him to the Fox News Media family and are confident he will make an excellent addition to our unparalleled team of contributors," Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement.  Domenech will also host a weekly podcast for Fox News Audio. "I am honored to join FOX News Media’s accomplished roster of contributors," Domenech said in a statement. "As we embark on this transformative year, I look forward to sharing my perspective with FOX’s informed and engaged viewers across all of their platforms." FAMED CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER LEO TERRELL JOINS FOX NEWS MEDIA AS CONTRIBUTOR  VideoDomenech co-founded the popular online conservative magazine The Federalist in 2013 and became the host of The Federalist Radio Hour. He previously worked as a speechwriter for Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson during the George W. Bush administration. He also worked...
    Fox News Media signed famed civil rights lawyer Leo Terrell as a contributor, the company announced on Thursday. Terrell will provide commentary and analysis across all platforms, including Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. He will continue to host his Cumulus Media podcast in addition to his new role at Fox News Media. LARRY KING, TV TALK-SHOW ICON WHO QUIZZED THE FAMOUS AND INFAMOUS, DIES AT 87 Terrell has been a practicing member of the California Bar since 1990, holding multiple high-profile positions along the way. He’s been in leadership roles at the Black-Korean Alliance, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and California’s Statewide Commission Against Hate Crimes. Terrell has provided legal and civil rights commentary throughout his career, with appearances on various Fox News programs in addition to ABC’s "Nightline," CNN’s "Larry King Live" and NBC’s "Today." Terell also regularly did pro-bono legal work while serving as a member of the NAACP. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Terrell once hosted a popular talk show on Cumulus Media’s Talk Radio 790 KABC-AM radio station in Los...
    Former President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser Larry Kudlow is joining Fox News as a contributor and business host, the network announced Tuesday. “FOX News Media was among the first news organizations in the country to understand the critical importance of the relationship between Washington and Wall Street,” Kudlow said in a statement included in the press release. “I’ve long admired their insightful coverage and am excited to join many of my former colleagues now at FBN, creating a show that speaks to the real issues truly impacting Americans.” Kudlow will “provide expert financial analysis on domestic and global affairs across all” Fox News platforms, according to the announcement. In addition, he will host a weekday program on Fox Business. More information regarding the new program have not yet been announced. Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow (C) walks towards to members of the press outside the West Wing of the White House Nov. 6, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) “Larry’s vast experience in policy making coupled with his intuitive on-air presence will add depth and...
    Alex Wong / Getty Images Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Leslie Marshall blamed her “staff and interns” on Monday for writing a now-deleted message on Twitter dismissing former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley — whose parents are Indian immigrants — as “a white woman.” In response to Haley saying in her speech at the Republican National Convention that the United States “is not a racist country,” Marshall tweeted, “Says a white woman.” After journalists pointed out that Haley is the daughter of two Indian immigrants, Marshall deleted the tweet and blamed it on her “interns.” Nikki Haley was born to two Indian immigrants. https://t.co/D7SHKBmV0u — JERRY DUNLEAVY (@JerryDunleavy) August 25, 2020 Uhhh Nikki Haley is the daughter of Ajit Singh Randhawa and Raj Kaur Randhawa pic.twitter.com/13XbIrOuXB — Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) August 25, 2020 “Full disclosure it is physically impossible for me to do all of my social media that’s why I have staff and interns this was not one of my tweets and it was incorrect so I took it down,” Marshall claimed, adding, “for...
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