Monica Crowley, a Washington Times contributor, syndicated radio host and an analyst for Fox News, has confirmed Thursday that she will have a role in the Trump administration.
The Hill reported that Crowley said she will be chosen to serve as a deputy national security adviser for Trump’s administration. She will report to Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security adviser.
Fox News immediately terminated her contract when they heard the news, The Hill reported Thursday.
Crowley, 48, told the New York Post when questioned about speculation of a role on November 27, “It would be an honor to serve in the new administration.”
According to her Fox News bio, Crowley joined the network in 1998, and also has her own radio show, “The Monica Crowley Show,” which she began in 2002 in New York before taking it national in 2006.
She began her political career as a foreign policy assistant to former President Richard Nixon.
The Hill reports that Crowley has been a “staunch critic” of the Obama administration throughout his term in office.
— The Hill (@thehill) December 15, 2016
On the night of the election Crowley forecast that Trump was going to win the election.
Crowley was seen earlier this month at Trump Tower, waiting to go up the elevator.
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