Former Fox News anchor Eric Bolling, an outspoken advocate for ending the nation’s opioid crisis, is bringing his new show, “America,” to CRTV.
Bolling’s new show will debut early this summer.
“Bolling is a personal friend of President Trump and one of his earliest and most vocal supporters. His new show, America, will showcase his hyperconnected network of contacts and provide unparalleled access to the Trump administration. ‘America’ will also feature Bolling’s unmistakable, no-holds-barred commentary and powerful insights as he and his guests tackle the big issues and news stories that everyday Americans really care about,” CRTV explained in a press release.
“For more than a decade, I have sparred with the liberal media, defending America as we know it. That fight got bigger and more intense with the rise of the anti-Trump crowd,” Eric Bolling said. “I consider it more important than ever to be a voice for the millions who want to rid the country of career politicians and Make America Great Again.”
“I am very excited to bring our collective conservative voice back to media in a format that promotes transparency and crushes political correctness. It’s ‘America’ on CRTV,” he added.
Bolling tweeted about his show Thursday morning.
C'mon @CRTV, you can't be serious?!
Are you suggesting that if you use promo code: ERIC20
you get a free month and a year for $79.99?
That comes to 20 cents per day!
And you get:
A Duck Dynasty guy
Wilkow and more?
All for 20 cents? https://t.co/ft57pkDTq5
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 3, 2018
“Eric is not only one of the most talented conservative media figures, but one of the most authentic individuals I have met. CRTV is excited to have him as a host in our fast-growing network. CRTV is a fantastic fit for Eric’s style and high energy,” said Gaston Mooney, president of CRTV.
Bolling will become the latest addition to CRTV’s growing roster of heavyweight conservative media stars, including Mark Levin, Phil Robertson, Steven Crowder, Michelle Malkin, Andrew Wilkow, and more.
“I promise it will be bold, brash, and all Bolling,” Bolling told Conservative Review.
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