‘Trump is the biggest problem’: Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Trump, Cruz
The Republican presidential candidate, who has spent months feuding with Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, is now getting his own show, “Laura Ingraham’s America,” from a network he was reportedly considering to launch.
Ingraham will co-host the new show with her husband, conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly, who announced Tuesday he will step down at the end of the year, and his new show will debut on January 10.
“It’s a big deal for us to have the first show of our brand with Laura Ingampers America,” O’Neill said in a statement.
Ingamps show will include news, commentary and opinion, according to Fox News.
IngampERS AMERICA is expected to debut in mid-January, as part of the network’s fall lineup.
O’Neil, a longtime Republican political analyst, has previously hosted his own Fox News program “The O’Reillys” on MSNBC and Fox Business Network, which also has been a platform for O’Rees commentary.
Ingram’s new show marks the first time the former Fox News host will have his own broadcast outlet.
Ingratiks America will also have its own Fox Business show, which will be available on O’Brien’s website.
The new show also is likely to coincide with O’Sullivan’s appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” which is set to air in late January.
O&G airs at 8 p.m.
ET on MSNBC.
Ingrams show will air the first Friday of each month on O&G at 8:00 p.M.
The O&ag network airs a variety of programs from the top news and political personalities in the country, including Fox News, the network that is currently hosting “The Five.”
Ingraham, whose first show on OAG, “O’Reilly Factor,” premiered in February, is the only current Fox News personality to have her own show.
Ingraks America is expected debut sometime in 2017.