Conservative radio host and best-selling author Laura Ingraham will get her own show on Fox News this fall.
Ingraham is set to take over the 10 PM time slot, however; the exact launch date is still unknown.
From The Gateway Pundit
Sources told CNN “The Five” will be moved to the 5 PM time slot and Hannity’s show will be moved to 9 PM.
The reshuffling came after Eric Bolling’s recent exit from Fox and subsequent cancellation of his show “Fox News Specialists” after allegations of sexual harassment.
Fox will be temporarily replacing the “Specialists” with news programming.
Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report even hinted at Laura Ingraham’s new prime time show back in August when he tweeted, “FALL PREVIEW: Laura Ingraham’s prime time to shine! After years in the trenches, much deserved”
Ingraham is a Trump supporter and recently torched Charles Krauthammer after he criticized Trump for condemning alt-left violence.
After Ingraham read Trump’s condemnation of the racists at the Charlottesville rally, she said to Krauthammer, “I guess what Charles just said is Donald Trump doesn’t mean that. Now if you’re gonna say that Donald Trump’s a racist or he’s stupid or he’s just doing a hostage tape, I guess you could tell all our FOX viewers that. And I resent that you just said it was a cop out…”
Laura Ingraham can definitely hold her own; she has a huge conservative base and will be welcomed with open arms.