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Tomi Lahren's show pulled for a week after abortion comments


Tomi Lahren's show pulled for a week after abortion comments
CNNMoney

Tomi Lahren's ascent to conservative media stardom has been propelled by a contentious spirit that is on full display whenever she takes aim at her political adversaries. But now Lahren is apparently the one getting dressed down. The Blaze, a conservative media outlet founded by Glenn Beck that carries Lahren's nightly talk show, said Monday that the show will be off the air for a week. The Daily Caller, citing multiple unnamed sources, characterized the programming decision as a week-long suspension. Leon Wolf, the managing editor of The Blaze, told CNNMoney only that "Tomi's show will not be in production this week." Reached by email late Monday, Lahren said she couldn't address the matter. "Wish I could comment but I can't," she said. Related: Donald Trump: A Fox News president With her full-throated support of President Donald Trump and derisive attitude toward the left, the 24-year-old Lahren has become arguably the most visible personality at The Blaze.

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