President-elect Donald Trump currently has Fox News analyst Monica Crowley under consideration for the position of press secretary, according to Politico.
Crowley is a longtime supporter of Trump who warned Fox News not to underestimate what the billionaire turned politician was capable of back when he launched his campaign for the presidency. In a column she published in June for the Washington Times, she wrote how Donald Trump was “resurrecting the ‘great, silent majority.'”
Also under consideration for the position is Republican National Committee chief strategist Sean Spicer, conservative radio host Laura Ingraham and Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.
While on “Fox News Sunday,” Ingraham confirmed that she was being considered for the job.
“It’s an intriguing idea,” she said.
Ingraham is also well known for being a loyal Trump supporter who helped the President-elect out during the election cycle. Not only did she offer him advice and help him prepare for debates, she also campaigned on his behalf.
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