Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor and one-time GOP Vice-Presidential candidate, has signed on to be a regular contributor for the conservative FOX News Network, The New York Times said on Monday.
Let’s hope they don’t ask her any tough questions….
Quoting anonymous sources, the publication has learned that Palin recently inked a multi-year deal that will see the former politician appearing on various programs for the right-leaning network as a commentator and host.
According to The Times, the mother of five will not have her own show, but will host a series which is reportedly slated to occasionally air on the news network — similar to what commentator Oliver North already does at FOX.
When Palin resigned as governor of Alaska last summer, there was speculation that the Communication-Journalism major was clearing the way for a career in media. The new gig will reportedly allow Palin to pursue other ventures.