Fox News screwed up big time on election night by taking an anti-Trump line. Now, it appears that they’re trying to right the ship.
Fox has just announced the hiring of Trump administration star Larry Kudlow, who will host a weekday show on Fox Business.
The Hill reports:
Fox Business on Tuesday announced that Larry Kudlow, who served as economic adviser to former President Trump, will soon host his own weekday program, marking a return to cable news for the former CNBC host.
Kudlow will start at Fox Business on Feb. 8, the network said in an announcement that did not specify the name of the show, its duration or when it will air.
Kudlow’s hiring isn’t the only good move Fox appears to be pursuing. It also looks that Fox is in talks with former Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
The Hill says that “the news comes amid talk of former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany possibly joining Fox News. McEnany indicated in financial disclosure documents published Tuesday that she had an agreement in place to join Fox News this month, but a source familiar with the matter says those discussions are now paused.”
We hope that they work this out – Fox News went downhill sharply in the last year, but it’s still one of the best places to get news that isn’t straight propaganda for the Democrat party. Adding former Trump officials could turn Fox around.