After a messy breakup with conservative media company The Blaze, firebrand Tomi Lahren has landed a job with pro-Trump nonprofit Great America Alliance (GAA).
“With critical policy battles looming, including repealing Obamacare and passing pro-growth tax reform, Great America Alliance (GAA), the leading issue advocacy organization supporting the America-First agenda of President Donald J. Trump, announced Tomi Lahren is joining their national team,” announced the nonprofit in a statement released on Monday.
“Lahren’s broad appeal to conservative and millennial Americans will combine with GAA’s proven team to drive support for the President’s America First agenda in the months ahead, especially in states that strongly supported the President’s reform agenda in 2016 and that are paying attention to how their Senators act ahead of 2018,” the statement continued.
The 24-year-old will use her national profile to “execute communications and messaging strategies” for GAA, expanding their “grassroots support of the President’s policies across the country.”
Lahren said she’s “excited” about the move to GAA.
“The liberal establishment and mainstream media continue to fight our President at every turn, so it’s critical for all Americans to step up and do all they can to advance the America First agenda,” said the pro-Trump pundit. “I’m excited to join the Great America team and continue supporting President Trump and help ensure he can deliver on his promises to the American people.”
Eric Beach, a co-founder of GAA, said Lahren, a strong voice during the 2016 presidential campaign, will help “advance the President’s policies” along with the noprofit.
“Tomi was an important and impactful voice in support of Donald Trump during the campaign,” said Beach. “We are thrilled to join forces with her and continue the work of developing unique, effective programs to advance the President’s policies.”
As noted by Daily Caller’s Peter Hasson, “Great America Alliance is an offshoot of the Great America PAC, which was the largest pro-Trump super PAC during the election.”
The 24-year previously worked at Glenn Beck’s The Blaze, offering “Final Thoughts” segments which routinely went viral. Soon after an appearance on The View in March, where the commentator told the liberal panel and audience that it was hypocritical to be both pro-life and a “Constitutional,” Lahren was suspended and then “banned permanently” from the company. After a fiery legal battle, The Blaze and Lahren came to a settlement in early May.
H/T Peter Hasson