MARK Latham has stated that he will join Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party and say that an announcement should be made "soon".
The former supervisor was asked about the rumors of his One Nation movement on Ben Fordham's 2GB program this afternoon.
He told Fordham to "look at this space" and said "you're on the right track, you're incredibly close".
When asked how far the message was, he said, "Soon."
Daily Telegraph reports Mr Latham will announce the move on Alan Jones's 2GB program tomorrow.
Senator Hanson had previously denied that Latham would be a candidate for one nation at the next federal election after his quite Liberal Democratic Party in September. He joined the party last May.
Mr Latham was former Labor Party leader from December 2003 to January 2005. After leaving the politics he has been a controversial political commentator and affiliated with the Sky News program outsiders after he made insulting comments about a coworker.
He also resigned from Australian financial review after writing articles that are critical of the Australian of the Year Rose Batty, as well as transgender women and former Australian Defense Force member Catherine McGregor.
He is sued for the prosecution of the ABC journalist and ex-political editor of the pop culture website Junkee, Osman Faruqi, on comments. Latham made his YouTube program 2017 in a video entitled "The Rise of Anti-White Racism and Terrorist Plots" Australia.