Sarah Sanders Is Back in a Big Way, Signs On with Fox News as New Contributor


Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has announced her next move.

And I have no doubt that conservatives are going to love it.

Sanders, who left the Trump administration in June — on good terms — will be joining Fox News as a contributor, Sanders and the network announced Thursday.

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Sanders “will provide political commentary and analysis across all of FOX News Media, including FOX News Channel, FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Digital, FOX Nation and the radio/podcast division,” the network said in a statement, according to Mediaite.

Her first appearance on the network will come on Sept. 6, during the next live audience airing of the morning program “Fox & Friends.”

Sanders says she’s glad to be joining the network.

“FOX News has been the number one news organization in the country for 17 years running and I am beyond proud to join their incredible stable of on-air contributors in providing political insights and analysis,” the former White House press secretary said in a statement, the Washington Examiner reported.

Will you be glad to see Sarah Sanders back in the public eye?

Sanders joins her father, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, as a Fox News contributor, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Sanders served as Trump’s press secretary for roughly two years after taking over for Sean Spicer.

Now, the question is what Sanders’ new role means for her political future — specifically, any potential plans she has to run for governor of Arkansas.

Her former boss, President Donald Trump, has already said she would do a great job as governor.

“I hope she decides to run for Governor of Arkansas – she would be fantastic,” Trump tweeted in June.

According to journalist Yashar Ali, it’s conceivable that Sanders could still make a run.

“Unclear what this means for a possible run for Governor of Arkansas,” Ali tweeted.

Sanders “could feasibly stay with Fox News for two years and then run for Governor,” he added.

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Joe Setyon was a deputy managing editor for The Western Journal who had spent his entire professional career in editing and reporting. He previously worked in Washington, D.C., as an assistant editor/reporter for Reason magazine.
Joe Setyon was deputy managing editor for The Western Journal with several years of copy editing and reporting experience. He graduated with a degree in communication studies from Grove City College, where he served as managing editor of the student-run newspaper. Joe previously worked as an assistant editor/reporter for Reason magazine, a libertarian publication in Washington, D.C., where he covered politics and wrote about government waste and abuse.
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