Fox News has reportedly terminated Monica Crowley’s contract in the wake of her expected position in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.
The Fox News contributor confirmed to The Hill that she has been asked to serve as a deputy national security adviser and a Fox News spokesperson confirmed to the Hill that her contract has been terminated.
— The Hill (@thehill) December 15, 2016
The 48 year-old loyal Trump supporter was also rumored to have been a possible pick for White House press secretary.
Crowley, who has hosted “The Monica Crowley Show” on radio since 2002, also served as a foreign policy assistant to former President Richard Nixon after he left the White House.
Monica Crowley has confirmed to The Hill that she will be chosen to serve as a deputy national security adviser in Trump’s administration. pic.twitter.com/wpGEhi4ibH
— Deplorable-WGirl (@WGinetta) December 15, 2016
— Nick (@realNick1st) December 15, 2016
A vocal critic of President Obama and former Secretray of State Hillary Clinton, Crowley is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and has a Ph.D. in international affairs from Columbia University.
Crowley will serve under retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who has been named National Security Advisor. She would also work with KT McFarland, a fellow former Fox News analyst who was added to Trump’s national security team last month.
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Note: This post was updated to reflect the correction of Crowley as a Fox News “contributor” and not a Fox News “analyst.”
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