Scott Brown Makes Fox News Contributor Debut

Said on Hannity he could make more of a difference on his show than running for Senate again


Former Republican Sen. Scott Brown made his debut as a Fox News contributor on Wednesday night, telling host Sean Hannity he decided not to run for Senate again "because I felt I could make a difference being on this show and doing other things."

Brown made his first appearance as a Fox News contributor on "Hannity" and offered his take on President Obama's State of the Union address as well as his own career in the Senate. Brown's hire was officially announced earlier Wednesday, and as POLITICO previously reported, he had been in talks with Fox News since announcing that he would not run for the Massachusetts seat vacated by John Kerry.