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Tomi Lahren Could Leave The Blaze by September

20 March 2017, 09:26 | Winston Chapman

Tomi Lahren Could Leave The Blaze by September

Tomi Lahren Could Leave The Blaze by September

Conservative video commentator Tomi Lahren one again entered the belly of the beast - this time on ABC's "The View" - and she totally won the audience over in the process.

"It's equal hate from all sides for me", she said, laughing.

Lahren, who is not afraid of a fight, took on her critics on Twitter by saying: "I speak my truth". I'm someone that's for limited government. Lahren, who hosts a popular show (Tomi) for Glenn Beck network The Blaze and is a frequent guest on Fox News programs, said that as someone who "loves the Constitution" and believes in limited government she can't support the government "decid [ing] what women do with their bodies".

Anyway, a lot of conservatives have been calling for Lahren's head since her View appearance, insisting it's an embarrassment and an outrage that such a pro-choice harpy could be a public face of Republicanism.

"No one hunts small deer", she tweeted, "this too shall pass". "I'm human. I will never apologize, to anyone, for being an independent thinker".

Lahren doubles-down harder, and appears to be making the case that though she thinks abortion is wrong, she also doesn't think the government has a right to decide if you do it or not.

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Others, such as Brittany Hughes, Managing Editor at MRCTV, said: "Just gonna leave this one here: @TomiLahren, one can not be conservative and pro-choice".

Lahren's nightly monologues on her show have gained viral popularity with over 4.3 million Facebook followers and over 665,000 Twitter followers, as well as earning praise from President Donald Trump, according to The Post.

The Daily Caller reported last week that Lahren is considering parting ways with the Blaze "in September if not sooner".

Lahren was criticized for the remark by a number of fellow conservatives - including Beck.

Lahren maintained her defense of Trump despite criticism from liberals on "The View", however, and said that despite all his controversies, the American president is not against women.



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