At 26 years old, Tomi Lahren is the youngest political talk show host in history. She is a political pundit who doesn’t shy away from controversy. She is best known for her signature “Final Thoughts,” which has exceeded 575 million views in the last year, alone. Her Facebook page has more than 4.6 million followers and her takedown of San Francisco 49’ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was been viewed over 70 million times on Facebook.
Tomi is now a Fox News contributor. She is a regular on “Hannity” as well as other shows across Fox and Fox Business Network. Her commentaries are featured on Fox News digital. Her political commentary videos will soon be housed on the new and highly anticipated Fox News digital platform.
Lahren’s videos have captured millions, including President Donald Trump. In May of 2017 the outspoken conservative commentator landed a gig as a senior communications advisor with Great America Alliance, a nonprofit group that aims to mobilize grassroots support for President Trump’s agenda.
Lahren was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her parents, both from ranching backgrounds, taught her the value of hard work. Her love of political discussion comes from family table debates centered on the nightly news.
Lahren moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to attend college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She studied broadcast journalism and political science. She also produced and hosted a political roundtable show “The Scramble” for UNLV-TV. Thereafter, she was offered her own political talk show on One America News Network.
In the summer of 2015, Lahren’s sassy “tell it like it is” commentary caught the eye of Glenn Beck, and she became a member of BlazeTV with her one-hour self-titled show, “Tomi.”
Lahren is not one to pull any punches. Immigration, national security, second amendment rights and race relations are her hot buttons.