Rep. Charlie Dent could become the latest lawmaker-turned full-time cable television pundit after he resigns next month.
The Pennsylvania Republican announced this week he will leave Congress for good sometime between May 8 and Memorial Day. Dent said as early as last September he would not run for re-election this year.
“It’s no secret I’ve been talking about media work,” Dent, who has become a cable TV mainstay as a frequent GOP critic of President Donald Trump, told PennLive Wednesday. “I’m sure I will be doing more than one thing, several things. You can say that pretty safely.”
He has not narrowed down his post-Congress options, Dent said Tuesday. He’s unlikely to finalize his plans before he leaves the House in May, he told The Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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