Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren added to her comments about CNN's Ana Navarro: "Can you imagine if we would sit here on Fox News and attack Michelle Obama?"
A new movie dramatizing the lead up to the Supreme Court’s landmark decision about abortion rights in Roe v. Wade will feature conservative provocateurs Milo Yiannopoulos and Tomi Lahren. The news was first reported Friday by the Daily Beast, which published details from an advance copy of the script. Lahren will have a cameo role playing Sally Blackmun, who spars with her father, Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun, the judge who authored the court’s decision in Roe.
Conservative media host Tomi Lahren has joined Fox News in a contributor role, the cable news network announced Wednesday. She will make her debut as a contributor on tonight’s edition of “Hannity” at 10 p.m. ET/PT. According to FNC, Lahren will have a signature role on the network’s upcoming digital lineup and will also offer political... Read more »
Since November 2015, Tomi Lahren has been pushing buttons on the Blaze, but that partnership is no more. According to the New York Post, she has been “banned permanently” from Glenn Beck’s conservative news network.
On The Daily Show Tuesday, Trevor Noah reacted to Tomi Lahren’s suspension from the conservative website the Blaze. Last week, Lahren appeared on ABC’s The View and shared her pro-choice view. She said, “I’m for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well.”
On Friday morning, TheBlaze host and commentator Tomi Lahren expressed a strong pro-choice stance on her debut appearance on The View. The 24-year-old proclaims herself a voice for a generation of young conservatives who don’t feel represented across the nation. Lahren has been an outspoken supporter of President Trump and his travel ban, but she apparently disagrees with one of his beliefs.
Megyn Kelly announced her departure from Fox News on Monday night, saying on The Kelly File that she’s pleased to join “the journalists at NBC … who I greatly admire.” (Hey, how do Fox News fans feel about that ringing endorsement for the corporate home of Rachel Maddow and Matt Lauer — a place Fox spends so much time deriding?) And on Thursday morning, the channel announced her replacement: Tucker Carlson, the Prince of Preppiness, whose 7 p.m. ambush-o-rama, Tucker Carlson Tonight, has been an immediate attention-grabber since it started in November. Common consensus was that Fox was looking for an in-house woman to occupy Kelly’s spot in primetime.