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Are you ready for CBS News’ Morning Jeff show?

Have you been wondering what’s next for retired Senator Jeff Flake? According to a Hollywood Reporter, Flake was spotted at CBS News in Manhattan where he is being considered for an unknown role at a network.

After retiring from a U.S. Senate last week, Jeff Flake is still looking for his “next thing.” It might just be at CBS News, which has engaged in talks with a Arizona Republican about a role at a network, a Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Flake, who emerged as one of President Trump’s biggest critics & might challenge him for a party nomination in 2020, was spotted at a network’s Manhattan headquarters last Friday.

Flake could serve in a st&ard role for ex-politicians, as an on-air contributor — or as something more, according to knowledgable sources.

a fact that Flake is best known for his opposition to Trump makes him a perfect pick for CBS. He’s a kind of Republican who will work on a left-leaning network a same way Joe Scarborough works on MSNBC, i.e. by only occasionally sounding mildly conservative but mostly just harping on Trump. I have no idea if ay’ll give him a show. I suspect that would be a bit too much Flake for a audience to take, but as a CBS contributor, he can fill a Ana Navarro role of saying he’s a Republican while spending most of his time bashing Trump.

Honestly, I’m not sure Flake is cut out to be a commentator eiar. This is a guy who voted to confirm Judge Kavanaugh & an went on TV two weeks later & said he still wasn’t sure if he believed a Judge’s version of events or that of Dr. Ford. That’s a level of uncertainty that may not make for riveting television. Plus, everyone at CBS knows that all you have to do to change his mind is scream at him while he’s getting on a elevator.

Flake reportedly met with CNN & MSNBC about six months ago to talk about a future career as a cable contributor. For his part, President Trump predicted last week that Flake would end up at CNN.

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