Kudlow talks new show on Fox Business
Brian Steinberg of Variety interviewed Larry Kudlow about his new show on Fox Business.
Steinberg writes, “Stock-market aficionados have had a long relationship with Kudlow, who held several top Wall Street jobs and advised politicians ranging from President Ronald Regan to former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman on the economy from behind the scenes. He was a fixture for nearly two decades on CNBC, sometimes holding forth with another longtime host, former hedge fund manager Jim Cramer.
“He’s poised to add some new elements to his repertoire. His time in the Trump administration ‘kind of opened my eyes’ to the plight of lower- and middle-class workers, he says. ‘I’m not just going to have a Wall Street perspective. I’m going to have what I hope is a Main Street perspective,’ he says. ‘We are going to reach for a broader audience.’
“Kudlow is one of the first Trump administration officials to find firm landing in the media world, which has yet to embrace other Trump representatives like Kayleigh McEnany or Kellyanne Conway with full-time roles (Fox News acknowledged in January it had held talks with McEnany before pausing them for undisclosed reasons, and Conway recently turned up on a broadcast of ABC’s ‘American Idol.’)”
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