Kayleigh McEnany will fill Tucker Carlson's timeslot next week
McEnany has served as a co-host of the daytime show "Outnumbered" since the end of the Trump administration.
Former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany will fill the 8-9 p.m. timeslot on Fox News next week, becoming the third of a series of revolving hosts to fill the void left by Tucker Carlson's departure from the network.
McEnany confirmed that whould host the evening program via Twitter, saying "I am honored to share that I will be hosting Fox News Tonight on [Fox News] at 8pm ET all next week (5/8-5/12)! Set your DVR. Please join me next week as we dig into the state of politics, media, culture, and faith in America!"
Her stint in the evening slot will follow those of Brian Kilmeade and Lawrence Jones, who have held the fort while the network seeks a permanent replacement for Carlson.
McEnany has served as a co-host of the daytime show "Outnumbered" since the end of the Trump administration. The program includes an all-female regular cast and a male guest.
Carlson's departure has seen the network suffer a marked decline in ratings. Meanwhile, the network has had to contend with a string of leaked footage of the former personality making critical remarks about the network.
Fox on Friday sent a cease-and-desist order to Media Matters for America, the watchdog group publishing the videos, asserting that they are the intellectual property of the network.
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