Conservative commentator Laura Ingraham will host a new program on Fox News at 10 p.m., the network announced Monday.

The prime-time show, titled “The Ingraham Angle,” is set to launch Oct. 30.

It will take over the time slot currently occupied by Sean Hannity, who is moving up to the 9 p.m. hour.

{mosads}Fox News said in a statement that Ingraham aims “to cut through the Washington chatter to speak directly with unexpected voices and the actual people who are impacted by the news of the day.” 
“Ingraham will challenge the decision makers to focus on everyday, hard-working Americans who serve as the backbone of the nation. The program will also highlight the importance of faith in our nation and reveal stories that showcase the American spirit,” the network added.

Ingraham, a strong President Trump supporter, is a longtime Fox News contributor and radio host.

“After a decade working at FOX News with a team of television pros, I am thrilled to be joining the primetime line-up as a host of the 10 o’clock hour,” Ingraham said in the statement. “I look forward to informing and entertaining the audience and introducing new voices to the conversation.”

In 2008, she hosted “Just In with Laura Ingraham,” which ran on Fox News for one month.

– Updated: 3:41 p.m.


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