Fox News hires Larry Kudlow; McEnany may be next

first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — Less than a week after the Trump administration ended, one of its alumni has joined Fox News. The company announced that Larry Kudlow, a former CNBC journalist who was former President Donald Trump’s national economic council director, will host a weekday show on Fox Business Network and be an analyst across other Fox News Media properties. Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in government disclosure document that she would be working at Fox. The network says there has been no job agreement with McEnany. One of her predecessors, Sarah Sanders, just left Fox to run for governor of Arkansas.last_img

Drogba Rejected for Côte d’Ivoire FA Elections

first_imgHis bid was rejected as two of the names he had submitted as his sponsors were ruled not to have the necessary authority to do so.Officials from the Ivorian club Africa Sport and a body representing referees, AMAF-CI, had also backed the federation’s current first vice-president Sory Diabate.Different officials from the same organisations had also signed Drogba’s papers, with the FIF’s commission ruling they were not authorised to do so.In the case of Africa Sports, a sporting club in Ivory Coast, the head of its football section had given his approval to Drogba while the chairman of the whole club had backed Diabate.It meant that Drogba only had the backing of two top-flight Ivorian clubs and not the three that FIF statutes demand.The rejection will come as a bitter blow to football fans in Ivory Coast, thousands of whom had come out to support him earlier this month when he submitted his bid to stand.Drogba played more than 100 times for the Elephants including at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, and as well as Chelsea he played for French giants Marseille, Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua and Galatasaray in Turkey.An application for Paul Koffi Kouadio was also rejected, leaving Diabate and Yacine Idriss Diallo, a former FIF third vice-president, as the remaining candidates.Drogba and Kouadio both now have five days to appeal against the decision.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Didier Drogba has been told he is not eligible to stand in upcoming elections to be the next president of the Ivory Coast Football Federation (FIF).Along with three others, Drogba submitted papers to stand in the polls earlier this month.The FIF’s Electoral Commission ruled that the former Chelsea striker did not fulfil its long list of eligibility criteria. Didier Drogbalast_img read more

Wenger confident Gunners will bounce back from losses

first_imgThe Welsh midfielder has missed the last 3 games with a hamstring injury.Alex Oxlade Chamberlain is definitely out.The Gunners are 4th – 9 points behind leaders Chelsea – following losses to Everton and Manchester City but Wenger insists they will bounce back from those recent reverses.last_img

Lindener charged with 4 counts of larceny remanded

first_imgA Lindener accused of four counts of break and enter and larceny was remanded to prison by Magistrate Clive Nurse on Wednesday, when he appeared at the Linden Magistrate’s Court.It is alleged that Marvelous Stull broke and entered the home of June Cumberbatch at 1218 Central Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden and stole 00 on Tuesday, June 21.It is also alleged that he broke and entered the home of Fabian Anthony at Cinderella City, Amelia’s Ward on Friday, August 5 and stole a flat screen LG smart television valued 9,226 and a desktop computer and CPU valued 8,871, property of Anthony.It is further alleged that he broke and entered the home of Sonita McLean at Cinderella City, Amelia’s Ward on Monday, August 8 and stole ,000 in cash.Further, it is alleged that the accused broke and entered the home of Janet Henry at Cinderella City, Amelia’s Ward on Monday July 23, with intent to commit a felony. The accused was remanded to prison and the matter adjourned until September 28.last_img read more