Fox Signs Conservative Bombshell Tomi Lahren

Conservative bombshell Tomi Lahren will be joining Fox News. This was announced by the network on Wednesday. Her debut will be on tonight’s episode of “Hannity” at 10 p.m.

Lahren previously hosted her own shows on OAN and The Blaze. Previously Lahren was suspended and then banned from The Blaze. Tomi then filed a lawsuit against Glenn Beck and The Blaze.

She has a big-time following with 4 million likes of her Facebook page and 794k followers on Twitter.

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Fox Signs Conservative Bombshell Tomi Lahren

Per AP:

The network said on Wednesday that Lahren will have a “signature role” on a digital product under development and be a commentator on the network’s opinion programming. Her primary home will be on Sean Hannity’s show, where she was to debut on Wednesday.

We have speculated for a long time that Tomi Lahren could be headed to Fox News. It always seemed a matter of when, not if, she would join the team at Fox.

She tweeted about how excited she is to join Fox News.

Earlier in the day she teased something special was coming on Hannity tonight.

Some will agree with her and some will not, but Tomi will undoubtedly bring more eyeballs to Fox News.

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