Tomi Lahren – famous for her vocal and candid “Final Thoughts” segments – has been officially “suspended” and may have been “permanently banned” from her network.
Since intelligence agencies uncovered that Russia likely hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server to benefit the Trump campaign, the Democratic party and many mainstream media outlets have focused their coverage of the new administration around its possible ties to Russia. In particular, the cases concerning Michael
The Tomi Lahren and Trevor Noah debate had gained serious traction on Facebook. What does this mean for future political discourse?
Against all of the odds, Trump has won the Electoral College despite every other political pundit swearing the candidate had limited paths to victory and the chances were not in his favor. In light of initially unfathomable results, the media has attempted to explain how
With 301,000 Twitter followers, over 315,000 Instagram followers, 3,219,876 likes on her Facebook page, Tomi Lahren is poised to be the Megyn Kelly of her generation, or better yet the John Oliver of the alt-right. Lahren is a native of South Dakota, a graduate of