Fox News has hired Sebastian Gorka, the former Trump aide who left the administration earlier this year, two representatives for the network, reported POLITICO.
The move was first announced by Fox News host Sean Hannity on his daily radio program during an interview with Gorka, in which Hannity unveiled Gorka's new role as a "national security strategist" for the network. Fox representatives did not confirm the title.
"Welcome to the Fox family," Hannity told Gorka. "You're a true patriot hero and an amazing, amazing political analyst and strategic analyst. Thank you for being with us and we're so happy for your success."
Gorka thanked Hannity for supporting his move to the network. "You've been a great supporter, not only of myself, but of the administration and the president, and it's great to be back as part of the superb Fox family," the former White House deputy assistant said.
Sebastian Lukács is a British-born American military and intelligence analyst, who was a deputy assistant to US President Donald Trump in 2017. He served from January 2017 until August 25, 2017, when, according to Gorka, he resigned because White House officials were undermining the Make America Great Again platform. Other sources reported that he had been asked to leave the administration, and was no longer allowed back in the White House.