BREAKING: Top Fox News Personality To Run For SENATE- Here’s What We Know

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Potential Fox News Celebrity To Challenge Establishment Democrat For Senate Seat!

According to Connecticut Post, a former Fox & Friends host is being drafted to run for the Senate.  Gretchen Carlson, the TV journalist in question, left Fox News while filing a wrongful termination and sexual assault lawsuit against the now-ousted Fox News chief Roger Ailes.

Now, Carlson might be returning to the news reels once more—this time as a lawmaker if all things go according to plan.  Western Journalism reports that the Connecticut Republican party chairman, J.R. Romano, is attempting to pull Carlson into the political ring to run against the Democrat incumbent Chris Murphy.

Still, it’s a bit unclear how serious Murphy is about Carlson.  He’s been giving conflicting statements on the matter:

“She’d be a great candidate,” Romano told the Connecticut Post Wednesday. “I think she’d be a tremendous asset to the ticket.”

However, Romano changed his tune Thursday, telling The Hill the Connecticut Post’s reporting was incorrect, and that he wasn’t working to recruit Carlson into a Senate race.

“We haven’t heard it to be true,” added Carlson’s spokeswoman, Jodie Magid, in a statement to the Connecticut Post.

Carlson, for her part, doesn’t exactly sound like much of a Republican anyways.  The Connecticut political arena has a history of dragging celebrities into the mix in order to garner votes.  The former CEO of WWE even tried her hand at a challenge for a senate seat a couple times.

Things are certainly getting tense and the last thing anyone wants is another cold war. But it feels like its unavoidable now.

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