Former TV host Tomi Lahren has recently taken a "side gig" working as a Senior Adviser of Communications for Great America Alliance — a nonprofit promoting Trump's agenda, reported the Dallas Morning News. The job will be a placeholder while the conservative pundit weighs her various TV options. However, some skeptics think this is her only option.
"I've got a couple things on the table that I'm making some decisions on," Lahren told Dallas News. "It's just deciding which direction I want to go. I enter into everything very carefully now because of my past experience."
Lahren was the host of her own show on The Blaze; however, after making an appearance on The View, wherein she discussed being pro-life, Lahren was suspended from her show. After a fallout between herself and Blaze owner Glenn Beck, Lahren was indefinitely removed from the air.
Although Lahren was extremely pro-Trump on her show, the 24-year-old insists this will be a new beginning for her.
"I add some new flavor and some youth to it," Lahren told Dallas News regarding her working for Great America Alliance. "This isn't about being a Trump cheerleader — this is about being an America first cheerleader."
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