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Scott Brown: Fox News Is Rehiring Me After Loss in NH Senate Race

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By    |   Friday, 21 Nov 2014 07:48 AM

Scott Brown is returning to Fox News as an on-air contributor after losing his bid for a U.S. Senate seat in New Hampshire.

Brown's trajectory has carried him from a successful 2010 bid for late Sen. Ted Kennedy's seat in his home state of Massachusetts to the loss of the seat to Democrat challenger Elizabeth Warren in 2012, the Boston Herald reported Friday.

In February 2013, he signed on with Fox News, earning $140,000 through March 2014, when he announced his campaign against incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire, where his family owned a second home.

Yesterday, he announced he would be returning to Fox.

"I am excited to sign on again with Fox," Brown told the Herald. "I will once again be participating on TV, radio, Internet, writing op-eds, and discussing relevant issues of the day, with one of my first appearances being one of the co-hosts of the new show, 'Outnumbered.'"

He said he expects his first time back on camera will be this coming Tuesday.

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