Tomi Lahren Says She 'Feels Lost' Without Her Show Even Though She Is Still Receiving Paychecks

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Tomi Lahren Says She 'Feels Lost' Without Her Show Even Though She Is Still Receiving Paychecks

Here's how The Blaze feels about the host's wrongful termination lawsuit.

Published April 13, 2017

After a pro-choice statement made during an appearance on The View cost Tomi Lahren her job, the conservative commentator is speaking out about her former employer. Lahren sat down with ABC's Nightline to discuss how she's been coping after losing her show on The Blaze. 

During the interview, Lahren discussed how she's felt no longer having a show and detailed the wrongful termination lawsuit she's filed against her former employer. 

  1. Lahren admitted to feeling lost without her show and said her catharsis had been stripped from her
  2. Lahren continued to say that she will not 'lay down or play dead'

    Although Lahren's job has been terminated, The Blaze is still paying her and complying with the rules of her contract. 

    The Blaze released a statement regarding Lahren's lawsuit against the company

    “It is puzzling that an employee who remains under contract (and is still being paid) has sued us for being fired, especially when we continue to comply fully with the terms of our agreement with her,” The Blaze said in the statement, released on Friday.

  3. Lahren's appearance on 'Nightline' did little to elicit sympathy from the public

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Lorenzo Bevilaqua/ABC)

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