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Diamond & Silk Get Show on Fox News Streaming Service

Diamond & Silk Get Show on Fox News Streaming Service

Fox News has launched an on-demand streaming service that will feature a show hosted by Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, the two sisters known as "Diamond & Silk." The pair, which have become public figures through their viral videos in support of Donald Trump, have been awarded their own weekly program on Fox Nation. The sisters are the daughters of husband and wife televangelists currently affiliated with Jericho Deliverance Temple Church in Raeford, NC. They are reluctant to give their ages but state they are "old enough to vote.” The lifelong Democrats said they became Republicans when they saw Donald Trump announce his candidacy. The duo has been described as a modern day minstrel show; they’ve been hosted by Trump in the Oval Office. Their weekly offering will include five minutes of commentary “focused on events of the day and casual discourse,” according to the network. They will be joined on the streaming service by Fox News stars Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Jeanine Pirro, and Greg Gutfeld, and former pro wrestler George Murdoch, former ESPN reporter Britt McHenry, and conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren will also be among those hosting their own shows on Fox Nation. It is being offered for $5.99 per month. More here

Stacey Abrams Group Targets Opponent in Lawsuit

Stacey Abrams Group Targets Opponent in Lawsuit

TJ Cox Takes the Lead in Last Contested Congressional Race

TJ Cox Takes the Lead in Last Contested Congressional Race