The White House declined to comment to Politico, and Pirro did not respond to press inquiries.
The news comes as Pirro’s influence with Trump has grown, and he continues to appoint cable news personalities to administration posts.
Pirro, a fervent Trump supporter, has also stepped up her attacks on Sessions during her Saturday evening show, “Justice with Jeanine.”
In March, Pirro condemned Sessions for not reopening the probe into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once he took office.
While guest hosting “Hannity,” Pirro suggested Sessions had “lost his prosecutorial balls” while serving in the U.S. Senate to explain why he hadn’t appointed a second special counsel to investigate Clinton’s use of a private email server and her involvement in the Uranium One controversy.
In addition, she met with Trump in the Oval Office in November to discuss the idea of a special counsel to probe Clinton.
“Everything I said to President Trump is exactly what I’ve vocalized on my show, ‘Justice with Jeanine,’” Pirro told the New York Times at the time.
Prior to joining Fox News in 2006, Pirro was the first woman elected as a Westchester County Court judge in New York in 1990, having previously served as the county’s assistant district attorney.
She unsuccessfully ran as a Republican Party candidate for New York attorney general and the state’s U.S. Senate seat in 2006.