Fox News Pulls Major Shakeup At Network

( Ever since calling states early for Joe Biden on election night last year, and after refusing to fully cover former President Donald Trump’s efforts to secure the election, Fox News has been battling to maintain its dominance as the main conservative-leaning news network.

With competition growing from the likes of One America News and Newsmax, Fox has announced a new shakeup on the network, with Jacqui Heinrich becoming the newest White House correspondent.

It comes after the network announced that conservative firebrands Dan Bongino and Trey Gowdy would host their own new shows.

According to The Hill, the new White House correspondent has previously covered both the Democratic and Republican national conventions, as well as Biden’s inauguration ceremonies and a number of major developments from Capitol Hill during the second impeachment trials of Donald Trump.

Heinrich announced the move and said she was “honored” to have the privilege to carry out her “fair, tough, and honest reporting.”

Heinrich will be working alongside Peter Doocy, who has quickly made a name for himself as one of the bravest journalists taking on the Biden administration. Doocy has repeatedly clashed with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki over COVID-19, the economy, and more.

In another update, Fox News also said that Aishah Hasnie will replace Heinrich in her old role as congressional correspondent.

Jay Wallace, the president of Fox News, said that they are looking forward to adding Jacqui to the White House team.

Don’t panic…Doocy isn’t being replaced!