Fox News commentator Lisa Boothe thinks Donald Trump has accomplished a lot more than any other Republican presidential candidate could in 2016. Boothe grew up in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and has been around politics for her entire life. She started working for Fox News last fall.
Boothe’s father worked as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill for a Republican senator while she was just a kid, which means she has been exposed to politics since forever.
“I have always been sort of a daddy’s girl, so (politics) was an interest that we shared,” she said. “It was something that [her family] would talk about at the dinner table.”
“Dealing with three brothers toughens you up, so I feel like it prepared me for politics,” she stated. “My older brother would practice WWF moves on me.”
Many believed that Boothe did her own version of a smackdown on Hillary Clinton while filling in as a guest host on The Five Friday night.
Boothe called Hillary, “the most soulless woman on the planet.”
“[She] would literally sell her daughter to be president, literally sell her only child to be president,” she continued.
Chelsea Clinton defended her mother via Twitter, denying that she would ever put her daughter up for sale.
When asked about the controversy, Boothe said, “I was just driving home a point that Hillary Clinton is blindly ambitious, and I have to imagine that I am not the only person that shares that opinion.”
She was referring to the Russia investigation, which Boothe believed that Democrats are trying to delegitimize Trump’s win and his administration as a whole.
“You look at the actual information that damaged [Hillary Clinton] the most,” Booth said, “that was the biggest indictment of her and her character, it was self-inflicted wounds. It was setting up the private email server, the deleting tens of thousands of emails with BleachBit, the Clinton Foundation and the quid pro quo … It was all self-inflicted.”
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She thinks that Trump is not appreciated enough seeing how he was able to pull off last fall, even among some in GOP circles.
“I don’t know of any other Republican candidate that would be able to achieve and pull together the coalition that he was able to become president of the United States,” she stated.
“President Trump is not as beholden to public opinion, as many members of Congress and many politicians are,” Boothe added, “so I think … that mindset enables him to provide leadership in areas where others might shy away from the challenge.”
“I think that President Trump, if he wants to, and if the administration can get more organized, can accomplish a lot for the country,” she stated
Out of love for this country, Boothe followed in her father’s footsteps and become a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill after graduating from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2007 with a degree in political science.
She was a communications director many congressional offices, including Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina.
When asked about her career goals she responded that she wants to work her way into being a broadcast journalist.
Anyhow, Boothe didn’t like the cameras at first. Her first appearance on TV was n 2012, while working on U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin.
“I was very nervous about it,” Boothe said. “I made sure [the campaign manager] was aware of the fact that I had never done this before.”
She left Capitol Hill in 2013 to work in the private sector as a campaign consultant, she founded her own political consulting company last year called High Noon Strategies.
Boothe said one of the most satisfying aspects of the job is meeting many respected people in the green room and on-air who are leaders in the field, whether political, military or cultural.
“I feel blessed to be able to do something that I enjoy doing,” Boothe said about her job in Fox News Channel.
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