Lisa Boothe said on "Next Revolution" that prospective candidates for the White House chief of staff position may be hesitant to join President Trump's inner circle right now.
Lisa Boothe joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2016 as a network contributor, providing political analysis and commentary across FNC's daytime and primetime programming.
In addition to her role at FNC, Boothe is the founder and president of High Noon Strategies, a boutique political communications and public affairs firm. She is also a contributing writer for The Washington Examiner.
Prior to her current positions, Boothe was part of the executive team of WPA Research where she led the polling efforts for political campaigns across the country. Additionally, Boothe has led communications efforts for congressmen, senators and Super PACs.
Boothe graduated with a B.A. in political science and government from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
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Dana Perino said Tuesday on "The Five" that Democrats need to get past their fellow far-left representatives and "come to the table" with President Trump on immigration reform.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Wednesday discussed proposed legislation that would protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe said that Rep. Nancy Pelosi's biggest challenge in her bid to once again become House Speaker will lie on the House floor.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon warned his fellow Democrats that they may have recaptured the House in the midterm elections, but it will be difficult to defeat President Trump in 2020.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Wednesday reacted to the latest developments related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Tuesday reacted to reports that North Korea is moving ahead with its ballistic missile program at more than a dozen hidden bases.
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Lisa Boothe and Tom Bevan joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts Wednesday to analyze if the "Kavanaugh effect" played a significant role in the midterm elections.
Oprah Winfrey delivered a stump speech Thursday for Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who is looking to become the nation's first black female governor.
The Five on Monday discussed Hillary Clinton's remark on Friday saying that she'd still "like to be president."
The Five on Monday discussed the messaging by Democrats and Republicans with the midterm elections just over one week away.