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Tomi Lahren Could Leave The Blaze by September

20 March 2017, 04:06 | Myron Mathis

Tomi Lahren just announced she's pro-choice, so apparently there's some good in everyone

Tomi Lahren explains why she supported President Trump despite anti-woman accusations

"I am pro-choice, and here's why", Lahren said.

Lauren said she believed the federal judges got it wrong when they declared President Donald Trump's travel ban unconstitutional as violating the First Amendment's Establishment of Religion Clause.

Lahren's inflammatory, oftentimes angry style has placed her increasingly at odds with coworkers at The Blaze, The Daily Caller has learned, a situation that's worsened after she called pro-life conservatives hypocrites. As Sonny Hostin noted (she's one of The View's current hosts - we had no idea, either), 68% of conservatives consider themselves "anti-abortion".

Watch the talked-about segment from "The View" below.

Lahren countered the classification, saying that he would not have hired Kellyanne Conway, who is now a senior adviser, to run his campaign during the election season if he was anti-woman. "I will always be honest and stand in my truth".


While Lahren did not call out anyone in particular, she stuck by her words following her "The View" appearance.

"I would like to ask you, woman to woman, is it hard for you to support Trump as a leader when he treats women so poorly?"

Listen, I am not glorifying abortion. I just don't think it's the government's place to dictate.

In September, Lahren's contract with Mr. Beck will not be renewed, and rumor has it she might be heading to Fox News Channel to be the new Megyn Kelly or Greta Van Susteren who recently left the network.



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