Kayleigh McEnany’s star continues to rise at Fox News, her first gig after leaving then-President Donald Trump’s White House.
The former press secretary on Thursday shared the news that she’s getting a new show.
“I’m excited to announce that I will be hosting a midterms show for the next two weeks on @foxnation. Live at 6 pm ET! Join me each night as we count down to November 8th,” McEnany tweeted.
I’m excited to announce that I will be hosting a midterms show for the next two weeks on @foxnation LIVE at 6pm ET!
Join me each night as we count down to November 8th —> https://t.co/6CicnXvr3f pic.twitter.com/QZ0cPijCqz
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 24, 2022
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McEnany worked as a political analyst at CNN. She has abeen a contributor at The Hill and a columnist for Above the Law. She began her career in media as an intern at FOX News, where she later became a production assistant.
She is an alumna of Harvard Law School, McEnany earned her Juris Doctor in 2016. She also holds a degree in international politics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Affairs and studied politics and international relations at Oxford University, St. Edmund Hall.
Earlier this week, we reported that her show, ‘Outnumbered,’ delivered almost 2 million total viewers on Wednesday, which is extremely rare for a daytime show. ‘Outnumbered’ brought in 1.96 million total viewers crushing CNN and MSNBC in the timeslot, according to ratings figures posted this week.
Meanwhile, CNN’s program only brought in 638,000 viewers, while MSNBC’s show delivered only slightly more — 685,000 viewers. ‘Outnumbered’ beat them both, combined, which is both a testament to McEnany’s talent and the lack of talent at the rival networks.
In the key 25-54 age demographic, ‘Outnumbered’ brought in 256,000 demo viewers. CNN brought in 111,000 and MSNBC scored 83,000 demo viewers during the same hour.
The news only got worse for CNN and MSNBC, as McEnany’s program beat every other rival network daytime offering:
Total viewers day:
Fox News: 1.87 million
Fox News: 272,000
Total viewers primetime:
Fox News: 2.83 million
MSNBC: 1.51 million
Fox News: 429,000