Tomi Lahren is a conservative political commentator and television host in the United States. She rose to prominence through her commentary videos on social media platforms, in which she discussed politics, current events, and conservative viewpoints. Lahren has worked for a variety of media outlets, including TheBlaze and Fox News, where she has expressed controversial opinions, resulting in both criticism and a significant following among conservative audiences.
Tomi Lahren Pregnant?
Tomi Lahren, a well-known political commentator, is not currently confirmed to be expectant, nor is there credible evidence to suggest she is. There have been no official announcements or reports regarding her pregnancy, leaving her current pregnancy status uncertain.
She Is Married to JP Arencibia, Right?
Tomi Lahren is not currently married to Fox journalist JP Arencibia. Since early 2021, this stunning 29-year-old media personality has been in a relationship with a former baseball player.
In August 2021, both Lahren and Arencibia confirmed their relationship via their Instagram accounts.
However, they have not yet wed, and there is no information regarding their engagement in the near future. They are typically observed spending time together on their respective Instagram accounts.
Lahren applied to One America News Network (OANN) for an internship in political commentary, was granted an interview, and was instead offered the chance to host her own program. She relocated to San Diego, California, and joined OANN. The premiere of On Point with Tomi Lahren occurred in August 2014.
A video of her commentary on the 2015 Chattanooga massacres received widespread attention in July 2015. On August 19, Lahren announced that her last program with OANN had concluded. In November 2015, she relocated to Texas and began a new program with The Blaze. She gained notoriety for concluding her program with three-minute segments titled “Final Thoughts” in which she spoke very rapidly. These segments gained widespread social media popularity.
In January 2016, Tomi Lahren endorsed Marco Rubio for president in the Republican Party presidential primary. On November 30, Lahren appeared for a 26-minute interview on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Many critics compared her appearance to the friendly rivalry between former presenter Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly.
On March 17, 2017, Lahren made a guest appearance on The View in which she argued that women should have access to abortion and that she would be hypocritical if she supported both “limited government and also government restrictions on abortion”. Glenn Beck, the anti-abortion proprietor of TheBlaze, criticized Lahren’s comments and suspended her with pay, prompting Lahren to file a wrongful termination suit. In accordance with the terms of the settlement, Lahren retained her Facebook page but deleted the videos she had produced with TheBlaze.
Great America Alliance is an offshoot of Great America PAC, a significant pro-Donald Trump super PAC led by Newt Gingrich and Rudy Giuliani. In May 2017, Lahren began working in communications for Great America Alliance. Lahren referred to her position as a “side gig” and stated that she would return to television as a commentator. In August of 2017, Lahren became a contributor to Fox News.