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Fox News Announces Next Replacement for Tucker Carlson

Fox News Announces Next Replacement for Tucker Carlson

The announcement that Kayleigh McEnany, a well-known face on the Fox News network and a former press secretary in President Donald Trump's White House, will host the 8 PM ET time slot beginning the following week is sure to excite viewers of the network. Since Tucker Carlson left the network, the program, which is now known as "Fox News Tonight," has been hosted by a variety of people, including Brian Kilmeade and Lawrence Jones, among others. The name of the program was changed after Carlson left the network.

Outnumbered, the popular opinion program that McEnany co-hosts during the midday hours, routinely performs better than other programs on the same network, like GMA3 and Today with Hoda and Jenna. But there are a number of theories floating around about who would take over Carlson's prized time slot. One such piece was published by Mediaite and captioned "Who Will Replace Tucker Carlson at Fox News? Here Are Mediaite's Top Picks," the article begins, mentioning possible hosts such as Watters, Ingraham, or Hannity, as well as a whole new face.

Reports claim that the rationale behind the decision may be due to Fox News facing various lawsuits relating to the 2020 election, and the news of Carlson's firing has caused quite a stir on social media as a result. In a lawsuit that was brought against Fox News by former Fox News booker Abby Grossberg, the company recently reached a settlement with Dominion in which it agreed to pay that company $787 million. Bill O'Reilly, a former broadcaster who worked for Fox News and filled the same 8 PM time slot as Tucker Carlson, feels that the cases are connected to the decision to fire Carlson.

But who was ultimately responsible for the decision to fire Carlson? A recent report claims that the decision was made on a Friday night by the chief executive of Fox Corporation, Lachlan Murdoch, and the chief executive of Fox News Media, Suzanne Scott. Carlson was not informed of their decision until the following Monday. According to reports, Carlson himself believes that the Murdoch family intends to sell the network, which may have played a factor in his termination from the network.

Regarding McEnany's new position, viewers can anticipate that she will be taking over the prime-time slot and providing her own views as well as opinions on the current events that are being reported. For the time being, McEnany is certain to contribute her own distinctive point of view to the discussion, but only time will tell who ultimately fills the coveted position vacated by Carlson.

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