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Vince Coglianese is the editorial director and former editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller. Vince is also the host of WMAL’s “Mornings On The Mall” in Washington, D.C.
In 2010, Vince joined TheDC as an editor, where he’s reported on and edited thousands of national news stories. Vince was named The Daily Caller’s editor-in-chief in 2016, replacing site founder Tucker Carlson in the role. Under Vince’s leadership, the news outlet grew to approximately 20 million unique readers and 100 million page views per month. Upon assuming the host role for “Mornings on the Mall,” Vince transitioned to become The Daily Caller’s editorial director.
Vince has appeared regularly as a guest on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, the Fox Business Network and CNBC. Additionally, Vince has been a guest on “The Sean Hannity Radio Show,” “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” Sirius XM’s “The Press Pool with Julie Mason,” “Viewpoints with Lockwood Phillips,” and the “Matt Lewis and the News” podcast.
Prior to joining TheDC, Vince was the web editor for CarolinaCoastOnline.com, and a radio talk show host for The Talk Station (WTKF/WJNC) in Morehead City, N.C.
WASHINGTON -- Republican North Carolina Rep. Richard Hudson believes law-abiding Americans should be allowed to carry their concealed weapons in every state, and he's hoping the White House will help him soon make that a reality.
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Ajit Pai expected some blowback for his decision to reverse "net neutrality" rules, but he's been taken aback by how personal and racial the outcry has been.
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The race to become Donald Trump's energy secretary has now narrowed to three people --- Ray Washburne, Joe Manchin and Rick Perry.
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