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Campos-Duffy Made Permanent Co-Host on “Fox & Friends Weekend”

Campos-Duffy has been a fill-in for the show and will continue her Fox Nation show and add a podcast

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The will be a new face to the “Fox & Friends” franchise as Fox News has hired Rachel
Campos-Duffy to serve as a co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend” beginning June 12th.

Campos-Duffy will host the program alongside co-hosts Pete Hegseth and Will Cain as
she replaces the outgoing Jedediah Bila. The new host will continue hosting “Moms” on
FOX Nation, which shines a light on both the happiness and the difficulties of
motherhood.

“The success of FOX & Friends can be attributed to the program covering stories
Americans care about with relatable co-hosts and reporters they can trust,” Suzanne
Scott, CEO of FOX News Media, said in a statement.

“Over the years, our audience has connected with Rachel and Lawrence through their
frequent guest appearances and as fill-in hosts on the curvy couch. We are delighted to
name them permanent fixtures on our signature morning franchise.”

Campos-Duffy will host the program alongside co-hosts Pete Hegseth and Will Cain as
she replaces the outgoing Jedediah Bila. The new host will continue hosting Moms on
FOX Nation, which shines a light on both the happiness and the difficulties of
motherhood.

“The “FOX & Friends Weekend” team is amazing, and I look forward to hosting
alongside my friends, Pete and Will, every Saturday and Sunday. I am confident we’ll
continue to deliver the number one-rated cable news morning show in America,”
Campos-Duffy said.

Along with her new “Fox & Friends Weekend” gig, Campos-Duffy will begin to co-host a
podcast with her husband, network contributor, and former Wisconsin Congressman
Sean Duffy. that premiers this week for FOX News Audio called “From the Kitchen
Table – the Duffy’s.”

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“The Daily Show” Announces the return of The Pandemmy Awards

The winners will be announced on Sept. 28.

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The Emmy Awards took place over the weekend, and although “The Daily Show” did not come away with any honors this year on Monday, Trevor Noah announced the second annual Pandemmy Awards. 

Noah introduced various categories, including Best Original COVID Treatment, which has Ivermectin (aka the horse dewormer), which some have decided to use rather than getting the vaccine. 

Another category from The Pandemmy Awards is Best Historical Adaptation. Fox News’ Tucker Carlson comparing the vaccinated to the unvaccinated to medical Jim Crow is one of the nominees. However, he’s not the only media member with a nomination for this award. 

Candace Owens is also featured for her statement comparing the vaccinated to the unvaccinated to segregation. Other categories include Outstanding Achievement In Scapegoating and Best COVID-Supporting Governor. 

Anyone looking to vote on these awards can head over right now to the Pandemmy Awards’ official site. The winners will be announced on Sept. 28.

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VP Kamala Harris to Make Appearance on “The View”

Harris will be addressing some of the more critical issues facing the country today, including Afghanistan, immigration, and voting rights.

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Vice President Kamala Harris plans to make her first in-studio talk show appearance since taking over the position early this year when she appears on “The View” this Friday. 

ABC announced that Harris will have an “exclusive interview discussing the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic such as vaccines, hesitancy, misinformation, and boosters.” She’ll talk to Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, and Ana Navarro.

Furthermore, she’ll be addressing some of the more critical issues facing the country today, including Afghanistan, immigration, and voting rights.

This won’t be the first time Harris appears on “The View” as it marks the vice president’s sixth time on “The View,” having joined the program during her time as United States senator for California.

Harris also becomes the second sitting vice president to appear on the talk show. In April 2010, “The View” made history when, for the first time, a sitting vice president was starred as a guest on the show when current United States President Joe Biden appeared live in studio.

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Stephanie Ruhle: Kamala Harris Didn’t Take Care of Migration Issues

The Stephanie Ruhle Reports host said that people have stopped listening to Harris’ messaging when it comes to what’s going on at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle deviated away from the normal left-wing talking points Monday, criticizing Vice President Kamala Harris for her role in the ongoing border crisis.

The Stephanie Ruhle Reports host said that people have stopped listening to Harris’ messaging when it comes to what’s going on at the U.S.-Mexico border.

“She was supposed to be in charge of all of these migration issues, going to those Northern Triangle countries — that’s obviously not Haiti — that was one of her first international trips with the message Do not come here illegally.”

NBC News correspondent Julia Ainsley defended Harris, adding that the VP is focused on her work with the Guatemalan government.

‘People aren’t listening. What is she saying now? Ruhle added. 

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