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Laura Ingraham is reportedly among the potential candidates being considered for the position of White House press secretary in the Donald Trump administration.

On the premiere episode of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Ingraham said it remains to be seen what happens, but she's honored to be considered.

"It's a big decision, but I'm at the point where if my country needs me and if I can do something to actually advance the Trump agenda - which is stuff I've written about now for 15 years, with trade and immigration and just renewing America - then I obviously have to seriously consider that," Ingraham said.

She pointed out that Trump must fill thousands of positions in his administration, so there are a lot of moving parts.

Watch Ingraham share more insight on Trump's transition process above.

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