Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has just scored a new gig as co-host of the popular Fox News television show “Outnumbered.”

This was announced by Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott, who said that McEnany will be joining the show starting on April 6.

“Kayleigh’s unique background in politics and law coupled with her experiences confronting women’s health challenges and life as a new mom will add robust insight to ‘Outnumbered’—we are delighted to welcome her back to Fox News where she began her media career,” Scott said, according to Forbes.

McEnany will now be co-hosting the show alongside Harris Faulkner, Emily Compagno and a number of rotating panelists.

“I am thrilled to join the incredible women of Outnumbered and look forward to working alongside the talented Harris Faulkner and Emily Compagno as we discuss the top issues impacting the country,” McEnany said in a statement.

“Outnumbered” aires on weekdays at noon EST, and it is currently the most watched cable news show in its time slot. It had been announced earlier this month that McEnany was joining Fox News as a contributor.

This comes one day after it was announced that Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, will be joining Fox News as a contributor. This was announced on Monday’s episode of “Fox & Friends.”

“Let’s bring in Lara Trump, former senior adviser for the Trump campaign. And we have a big announcement. She is a new Fox News contributor. Welcome to the family, Lara,” said host Ainsley Earhardt.

“I’m so excited, first of all, to be joining the Fox family,” Trump said. “I sort of feel like I’ve been an unofficial member of the team for so long. You guys know it was kind of a joke over the past five years. I would come there so often that the security guards were like, ‘Maybe we should just give you a key.’”

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Liberals will undoubtedly be fuming that Fox has hired these two strong conservative women to appear on their networks, but conservatives everywhere will be happy about the news.