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Report: Laura Ingraham to Take Over Hannity’s Fox News Time Slot

Conservative radio talk-show host—and founder of beleaguered website LifeZette—Laura Ingraham is reportedly set to take over Sean Hannity's long-held 10 p.m. time slot on Fox News. Hannity, in turn, would move to 9 p.m. and The Five would return to its original 5 p.m. slot, which was the short-lived home of The Specialists, co-hosted by recently ousted host Eric Bolling. Ingraham, a Trump loyalist who appeared to give a Nazi salute at the end of her Republican National Convention speech, had expressed interest in a 2018 Senate run in Virginia against former Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine.