For now, Bolling is secure in his job as co-host of the new show “The Fox News Specialists.” But In a recent telephone interview from Fox News headquarters in New York City, Bolling said that “when the lights go down on the TV career” he wants to make a primary challenge against a sitting Republican senator in the South…

Bolling, who grew up in Chicago and went to college in Florida, declined to specify which state in the South he’d run, which senator he would challenge or even when it would happen (it could be “never” or when his current contract runs out in three years, he said). He also denied he’s taking any concrete actions to run, including speaking with consultants – “no, no, friends” he said when asked if he’s had conversations about planning a campaign. But shortly after discussing his possible future in politics, Bolling began expanding on his “Wake Up America” monologues, sounding every bit the politician.