Sarah Sanders: Donald Trump's former spokeswoman joins Fox News
Sarah Sanders works for the right-wing TV station Fox News from September. Donald Trump had called his former spokeswoman last as a "warrior".
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former spokeswoman for US President Donald Trump, will join Fox News in September. She will be there with "commentary and political analysis," said the right-wing television station. Fox News reports mostly friendly about Donald Trump and is regularly praised by the President.
She is "more than proud" of joining the "incredible team" of Fox News contributors, Sanders said. Fox News said it wanted to use Sanders throughout the network. She will make her first appearance on Fox News on September 6 in the morning show Fox & Friends . But she will also speak on the radio and podcast.
Sanders is the daughter of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and was the White House Press Secretary from July 2017 to June this year. Before her resignation came in his own words again and again doubt on their credibility. She admitted to special investigator Robert Mueller that she had made a baseless allegation when she said "countless" FBI staff had backed Trump's support in firing the then FBI director James Comey in May 2017.
Trump had praised Sanders on her farewell and called her a "warrior." Sanders again said to her resignation: "I love the president." She announced then to remain a loyal supporter of Trump.
Fox & Friends is often watched by Trump, and he is inspired by his theme set again and again. Recently, however, the US President repeatedly criticized Fox News. Above all, Trump disliked that the station broadcast the presidential candidates of the opposition Democrats at public meetings and did not speak the results of polls from the broadcaster.