October 27, 2021

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Fox News hires Donald Trump’s daughter

Fox News hires Donald Trump's daughter

(New York) Donald Trump’s daughter – in – law Laura Trump will run for a Senatorial seat in North Carolina, Fox News officially hired as a columnist, the news channel said Monday.


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Laura Trump, 38, is married to Donald Trump’s youngest son, Eric, and has two children.

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

Laura Trump has participated in many campaign rallies where she sometimes speaks, usually more prominent than the former president’s daughter Ivanka Trump.

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Laura Trump addresses the Republican Conference on August 26, 2020.

Since the election, his name has been circulating from North Carolina to the position of senator, which will be vacant in 2022.

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

Former North Carolina House of Representatives Mark Walker has officially submitted his candidacy.

Speaking on Fox News about her arrival, Laura Trump said she hopes to announce her decision about her political future “soon”.

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Laura Trump welcomes Donald Trump on September 2, 2020 at the airport in Wilmington, North Carolina.

This is the first time Fox News has officially named a member of the Trump clan. She does not have a dedicated program and can speak anytime as a columnist.

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Prior to her appointment, she was a regular on the channel with a conservative editorial style, which many editorial writers supported Donald Trump.

In the aftermath of the election, Donald Trump called for time to boycott the channel out of dissatisfaction with his election night coverage. In recent weeks, he has spoken several times in the air.