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All the rumors of Ingraham being a White House Press Secretary were squashed. Ingraham was close to giving up radio to make a bid to take down Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA). That's off the table.
It's back to the cameras and the limelight.
It looks like she will close out the primetime spot at 10pm.
Here is a clip of Ingraham from Media Matters for America.
That moves America's most annoying conservative agitator Sean "Softball" Hannity back to his old 9pm spot. The Five which struggled through the 9pm spot will return to 5pm.
Hannity's right wing carnival continues to compete with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow for the number one spot.
The number one cheerleader for Trump will now face off with the number one critic for top viewing pleasure.
Ingraham will face off with The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell if she gains the spot.
Mind you Fox News and MSNBC has the most polarizing primetime lineups in modern history.
Ingraham joining the primetime will be a perfect fit for the conservative themed network.
Ingraham was the driving force for pushing establishment lawmakers out.
Ingraham is credited for pushing Eric Cantor, John Boehner and Jeb Bush out of the limelight. She is credited for helping Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) and Donald J. Trump win their elections.
Ingraham will continue to do her work to push longtime Republicans out and bring more extremists in.
Ingraham is a radio host and founder of LifeZette. She is getting a little bit of publicity courtesy of Matt Drudge. The conservative agitator of The Drudge Report made note that Ingraham is "looking like a celebrity" these days.
She is the mother of three. She had adopted her daughter from Guatemala and sons from the Russian Federation. She lives in suburban Washington, DC.
Ingraham is no stranger to Fox News lineups. She briefly had 5pm spot with the show Just In. She previously guest hosted for The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity and Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Comedian and radio host Harry Shearer got a hold of a tape of Ingraham treating her staff badly.
So in the wake of Eric Bolling's abupt cannon firing and confirmed loss of his only son, Fox News reshaped its afternoon and primetime ineup.
3pm Shepard Smith Reporting from Livedesk
4pm Your World with Neil Cavuto
5pm The Five (late September)
6pm Special Report with Bret Baier
7pm The Story with Martha McCallum
8pm Tucker Carlson Tonight
9pm Hannity (late September)
10pm Laura Ingraham's untitled show