It was immediately not clear if the suspension was directly linked to the abortion remarks, but the timing has raised eyebrows.
Lahren, 24, drew criticism from Blaze reporters and Blaze founder Glenn Beck after calling pro-life conservatives hypocrites for advocating small government, but also wanting to control women's bodies.
"I'm someone that is for limited government, so I can't sit here and be a hypocrite and say I'm for limited government, but I think that the government should decide what women do with their bodies," Lahren said.
Beck has tweeted negatively about Lahren several times since the interview.
"Mass outings?" "Beck's changing POV". "Tomi Going to Fox". See you on Radio tomorrow. https://t.co/7ncLrnj4yY— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) March 20, 2017
Peter Heck gives me no quarter and he shouldn't. This is how conservatives should behave. Bold & honest questions. https://t.co/W3E9JnFtnN— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) March 20, 2017
Lahren herself appeared to confirm her suspension in a series of tweets, including re-tweeting an article saying she had been suspended.
I speak my truth. If you don't like it, tough. I will always be honest and stand in my truth.— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 18, 2017
Funny, some of the self-appointed "conservative police" now attacking me are the same folks who hated Trump, said he wouldn't win...🤔— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 19, 2017
I have moderate, conservative, and libertarian views. I'm human. I will never apologize, to anyone, for being an independent thinker.— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) March 18, 2017
The Blaze's Managing Editor Leon Wolf confirmed to CNNMoney that Lahren's show would not be produced this week.
Lahren rose to prominence during the 2016 U.S. election for her provocative and energetic online political monologues.
You can watch Lahren's original interview on The View here:
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