Tomi Lahren Fox News, Bio, Political Views, Husband, Kids, Net worth

Tomi Lahren Biography

Tomi Lahren, born Tomi Rae Augustus Lahren, is an American conservative political commentator and Television presenter. She gained attention for her short video segments called “final thoughts”, as she hosted Tomi on TheBlaze where she frequently criticized liberal politics. As most of her videos went viral, The New York Times described her as a “rising media star”. She serves on Fox News as host of FOX Nation’s Final Thoughts and No Interruption. Her signature daily program Final Thoughts (6PM/ET) recaps her views on the day’s top stories, while No Interruption takes viewers beyond the headlines with top newsmakers and notable personalities to discuss the big stories.

Tomi Lahren Age

Tomi is 29 years old as of 2021. She was born on August 11, 1992, in Rapid City, South Dakota, U.S. She celebrates her birthday on the 11th of August every year.

Tomi Lahren Height

She stands at a height of 5 Feet 5 Inches (1.65 m).

Tomi Lahren Family

Tomi was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her parents are Trudy Lahren and Kevin Lahren. She is of German and Norwegian descent. Tomi hails from a military family where her grandfather was a paratrooper during World War II and her cousins are Marine officers.

Tomi Lahren Husband | Kids

She is not married and neither does she have kids. Back in June 2019, Lahren announced on Instagram that she was engaged to her boyfriend, Brandon Fricke but unfortunately, their engagement was called off in 2020. In early 2021, she was linked to J.P. Arencibia, a fellow Fox commentator, and former Major League Baseball catcher. As of August 2021, the two have regularly confirmed their relationship on their Instagram pages. On September 25, 2021, Lahren confirmed that she was engaged on an episode of Justice with Judge Jeanine.

Tomi Lahren Net worth

Being one of the most prominent TV personalities, her fame has garnered her decent wealth. She has accumulated an estimated net worth of $3 Million.

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Tomi Lahren Salary

The exact information about her salary is not known to the public. However, according to sources, she could be averaging a salary of $60, 000 annually.

Tomi Lahren Education

Tomi attended and graduated from Central High School in 2010. She later attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she graduated with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and political science.

Tomi Lahren Career

Lahren is the host of the FOX Nation shows Final Thoughts and No Interruption. No Interruption brings viewers beyond the headlines with leading newsmakers and prominent personalities to explore the key stories, while Final Thoughts (6 p.m. ET) highlights her thoughts on the day’s top stories. She hosted and co-produced The Scramble, a political discussion show while she was at the University of Las Vegas. Lahren worked as the first intern for Republican Congresswoman Kristi Noem of South Dakota in her Rapid City office.

In addition to her work on FOX Nation, Lahren is a contributor to the network, providing political commentary on Hannity and FOX & Friends, among other shows. In August of 2017, Lahren joined the network. Prior to joining FNC, Lahren worked with Great America Alliance (GAA), a super PAC supporting President Donald Trump’s re-election bid in 2020. Tomi on The Blaze and On Point with Tomi Lahren on One America News Network were her previous shows. Lahren is well-known for her “Final Thoughts” videos, in which she delivers opinions on everything from politics to pop culture, and she has over 4.4 million Facebook followers.

Lahren works at Fox News as the host of FOX Nation’s Final Thoughts and No Interruption. Her signature daily program Final Thoughts (6PM/ET) recaps her views on the day’s top stories, while No Interruption takes viewers beyond the headlines with top newsmakers and notable personalities to discuss the big stories.

Tomi Lahren Political views

Lahren is a self-described “constitutional conservative.” She has stated that she is a commentator, not a journalist and that her broadcasts are about discussion and “creating the news,” rather than neutrally providing news. In 2018, the Daily Beast called her a “right-wing provocateur.”

“Anti-feminist who admires strong women,” as Lahren has been called. Lahren has stated that, while she does not identify as a feminist, she believes in women’s empowerment and looks up to women on both the political left and right. In March 2017, Lahren declared herself pro-abortion rights, prompting backlash from anti-abortion writers.

Glenn Beck, the proprietor of TheBlaze, and others pointed out that Lahren had previously stated publicly that she was anti-abortion, among other contradictions on other matters. Lahren told Playboy shortly after that she had always supported abortion rights as a matter of national law, but that she was personally opposed to abortion. Lahren is a supporter of same-sex marriage. In June 2020, she voted in favor of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s majority opinion in the cases of Bostock v. Clayton County, Altitude Express Inc. v. Zarda, and R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which determined that businesses cannot fire LGBTQ people based on their sexuality or gender identity.

According to Lahren, “You may be a devout Christian, a staunch Trump fan, and still believe that people should not be fired for their beliefs. Conservatives don’t come in just one flavor, ethnicity, religion, gender, or sexuality… and I’m not going to sit by and let some self-righteous and self-appointed conservative thought cops make that decision for me.”

Critics have labeled Lahren’s views as racist or race-baiting, which she denies. Lahren compared the Black Lives Matter movement to the Ku Klux Klan in a tweet in July 2016. In response, tens of thousands of people filed a petition demanding that she be fired from TheBlaze. The petition was turned down. In August 2016, she published a video mocking NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who had been kneeling during the national anthem before football games to protest police brutality.

At a campaign rally for Kelli Ward in August 2018, Lahren advised voters against voting ‘RINOs’ (Republicans in Name Only) to Congress, a term he used to describe Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake. McCain was in terrible condition at the time, and Lahren was chastised for being nasty and disrespectful. McCain had stopped receiving medical treatment for brain cancer on that day, and he died the next day. Former Fox News host Greta Van Susteren was among those who chastised Lahren for her actions.

Tomi Lahren FOX News

Lahren works at FOX N ews alongside other Fox News anchors who include;

  1. Jamie Colby
  2. Byron York
  3. Trey Yingst
  4. Kiron Skinner
  5. Dan Springer
  6. Karl Rove
  7. Katie Pavlich
  8. Nicole Saphier
  9. Austin Westfall
  10. Anita Vogel

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