Veteran reporter and blogger Keith Koffler will leave LifeZette to be the weekend editor at The Washington Examiner. LifeZette is a project of syndicated conservative radio personality and LifeZette editor-in-chief Laura Ingraham.
 
Koffler began working as the political editor at LifeZette in August 2015. Neil Munro was the first to be hired as political editor, but left before LifeZette's launch. Quin Hillyer was thereafter listed as editor. 
 
When Koffler was hired at LifeZette, he said  “I am very excited, because I feel like I’m not just part of a publication, but part of a cause.”
 
According to Mediaite, a source told the website that working with the acerbic Ingraham: “Meltdowns are basically a daily occurrence over there. She goes through producers faster than anyone in the industry.”
 
Koffler also publishes at his own website, White House Dossier, which provides political reporting on the Washington scene.

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