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Kucinich Joins Fox News

Political gadfly Dennis J. Kucinich has found a new home: Fox News.

Kucinich at minimum wage presser
Kucinich, left, is starting his post-congressional career at Fox News. (Chris Maddaloni/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The anti-war, progressive poster boy, who until very recently represented Ohio’s 10th District, will now share his far-left views across the entire Roger Ailes-run newsiverse.

“I’m basically getting an open invitation to participate in any and all of them,” Kucinich told HOH of his soon-to-be-unfettered access to the “fair & balanced” programming hub. Kucinich suggested  he could pop up on-screen as early as Thursday night on “The O’Reilly Factor,” but said he’ll definitely be chatting about all things inauguration this weekend during “Your World” with Neil Cavuto.

The former Congressman said he’s excited about reconnecting with all the Fox hosts and interviewers he’s verbally sparred with during his 16-year run as a House lawmaker, estimating that this contributing gig will simply continue that running conversation.

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