Laura Ingraham responded to recent reports that she is under consideration to replace Sean Spicer as White House press secretary, telling “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday that it’s not something she is “dying to do” but “would think about it.”
The conservative talk-radio host said that a lot of people have emailed her about the speculation, but claimed she doesn’t have a lot of information about the gig because she’s been in a news “blackout.”
“I’ve always said that if it’s something that I think I could do well, and it would really advance the agenda of this administration at a time where I think there’s so much at stake for the country and for the future, you know, I would think about it,” Ingraham said. “I’m not sure if that’s the role I would pick for myself, but I have a legal background, strategic, you know, political communications planning. I’m not sure the press secretary thing is something I’m dying to do.”
She went on to say it would be “fun” to do it and that she wouldn’t be intimidated by the job.