Right-wing conservative commentator and former TheBlaze TV host Tomi Lahren has found a new home: working communications for a pro-Trump PAC.Lahren—who recently settled a lawsuit with Glenn Beck, effectively negotiating her exit from his network—will serve as senior advier for communications at the Great America Alliance, a pro-Trump PAC formed in 2016 by Republican operatives Eric Beach and Ed Rollins.
The group’s organizers said Lahren will use her “growing national profile” to help “execute communications and messaging strategies.”
“The liberal establishment and mainstream media continue to fight our president at every turn, so it’s critical for all Americans to step up and do all they can to advance the America First agenda,” Lahren said in a statement.
The Great America Alliance is one of three outside groups vying to champion Trump’s agenda. The others are America First Policies, run by several former campaign aides, and Making America Great, a nonprofit aligned with Republican mega-donor Bob Mercer and his activist daughter, Rebekah Mercer.
Great America Alliance’s super PAC arm raised more than $28 million in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Lahren was previously the host of her own TV show for The Blaze but was later suspended and then taken off-air after an increasingly tense relationship with her fellow coworkers that exploded after Lahren called pro-life conservatives “hypocrites” in an appearance on “The View.” Lahren later sued The Blaze founder Glenn Beck for wrongful termination; the two parties settled earlier this month.
Lahren was a fierce defender of Trump during the election and in the early months of his administration. Trump reportedly called Lahren in March to thank her for defending him on TV.