By Eddie Scarry, Washington Examiner
Tomi Lahren signed a contributor contract with Fox News Wednesday, bringing the conservative firebrand popular on social media to a major cable news network.
The network made the announcement Wednesday, saying Lahren would “primarily” contribute to Sean Hannity’s prime-time program and she would have a “signature role” on Fox’s digital platform.
Lahren emerged during the 2016 election as a vocal and often controversial supporter of then-Republican candidate Donald Trump.
She previously hosted a TV and online program for Glenn Beck’s “The Blaze” but she was let go from that job last year after voicing support for abortion rights.
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