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Lara Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, hired by Fox News

Hired as a columnist, she had participated in many meetings of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump, expected to run for a senatorial seat in North Carolina, has been officially hired by Fox News as a columnist, the channel announced on Monday (March 29). information.

Lara Trump, 38, is married to Eric, the youngest son of Donald Trump , with whom she had two children.

A former fitness trainer and television producer, she was an advisor to Team Trump during the last presidential campaign.

Lara Trump has participated in many campaign meetings, where she was sometimes the only one to speak, generally more in sight than Ivanka Trump , daughter of the former president.

Since the election, his name has been circulating for the post of senator from North Carolina, which will become vacant in 2022.

In early March, Lara Trump, who is from North Carolina, confirmed on Fox News that she was considering running. Several Republican figures have already been announced in this campaign.

A first for a member of the Trump clan

The former North Carolina elected member of the House of Representatives, Mark Walker, has even officially submitted his candidacy.

During the on-air announcement of her arrival on Fox News, Lara Trump said she hoped to announce “soon” her decision about her political future.

This is the first time that a member of the Trump clan has been officially hired by Fox News. She will not have a dedicated program and will be able to speak at any time as a columnist.

Before being hired, she was already a regular at the channel with the conservative editorial line, which most of the editorial writers supported Donald Trump.

After the election, Donald Trump called for a time to boycott the channel, unhappy with his coverage of election night. In recent weeks, he has spoken on the air several times.

Jimmy Curd

Jimmy Curd is a features editor at iPress USA, where He oversees The Broadsheet newsletter and edits the publication’s long-form storytelling, as well as its coverage of gender and business.

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