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Fox News signs Federalist's Mollie Hemingway

Fox News signs Federalist's Mollie Hemingway
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Fox News has signed the Federalist's Mollie Hemingway as a contributor. 

The announcement was made during Fox's Sunday morning media affairs program, Howard Kurtz's "Media Buzz."
 
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At the Federalist, Hemingway has made a name for herself with stories on the media and perceived media bias.

In the cable news world, signing as a contributor means being exclusive to one network and its related properties. In Hemingway's case, she will be appearing exclusively on Fox News and Fox Business moving forward. In the past, Hemingway has been a frequent guest on CNN.  

Like other major cable news networks, Fox has boosted its political ranks following President Trump's election. 
 
Notable additions include former Obama State Department spokesperson Marie Harf, ObamaCare architect and brother of Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel Ezekiel Emanuel, former United Kingdom Independence Party leader and Brexit backer Nigel Farage, Democratic strategist Mo Elleithee and Steve Hilton, the former head of strategy for U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron.  
 
Hemingway, a Denver native, earned an economics degree at the University of Colorado.