Lawrence Jones was named a permanent co-host on Fox & Friends.

Fox News has announced that Lawrence Jones will be joining Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade as a permanent co-host on Fox & Friends, according to Deadline. Jones, who has previously served as a fill-in for Tucker Carlson on his show, was chosen as the replacement for Carlson’s former time slot on Fox News, as reported by Newsmax. Jones is considered to be the “youngest black solo host of a cable news show in history,” according to the Daily Mail.

Lawrence Jones: A rising star on Fox News

Lawrence Jones has been a rising star on Fox News for several years, first joining the network as a contributor in 2013. Since then, he has regularly appeared on various Fox News programs, including The Ingraham Angle, Hannity, and Fox & Friends. Jones is known for his conservative views and his outspoken support for former President Donald Trump.

Jones began his political career as a student at Prairie View A&M University, where he served as the student body president. After graduation, he worked for various conservative organizations, including the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the Young Conservatives of Texas.

In addition to his work as a political commentator, Jones is also an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He founded the Lawrence Jones Foundation, which provides scholarships and mentorship opportunities to underprivileged youth.

Jones’ appointment as a permanent co-host on Fox & Friends is a major milestone for the young commentator, who has quickly become one of the network’s most famous personalities. His rise to prominence on Fox News is a testament to his talent and hard work, and he will likely continue to be a major force in conservative media for years to come.

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