As Fox News continues to recover from the ratings fallout from the November election, network bosses have been introducing major changes to the lineup and roster as it prepares to cover a Joe Biden presidency.
The network’s latest move is going viral.
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Based on reports, it seems as though the newest star at Fox News may be a familiar one.
While the network has lost former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in the wake of her run for governor of Arkansas, it seems that Fox News might bring in her successor.
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
New job rumors of the outspoken ally of former President Donald Trump floated when her financial disclosure documents were released Tuesday, which reportedly noted that she had had an agreement in place to join the cable news giant during the month of January.
Following her discharge from the White House she had reportedly been scheduled to transition directly to the network.
Watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington first published the documents, based on The Hill reporting.
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However, as of Tuesday, an inside source said that the Fox News move to hire McEnany is momentarily on hold.
A statement made by a spokesperson was made public, expressing that McEnany “is not currently an employee or contributor.”
So while talks between the two sides have been evident, negotiations have halted for the time being.
The pending hire would mark a continuation of former members in the Trump administration scoring positions on Fox News. In addition to Huckabee Sanders, Senior Adviser Hope Hicks also worked at Fox News for a brief stint before returning to the Trump team.
Before McEnany’s duties in the White House, she previously worked for CNN as a commentator as well as a spokesperson for the Republican National Convention.
The Associated Press contributed to this article