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Trump Reacts To CNN Firing Don Lemon “Dumbest Man On Television”

In a day of media mix-ups and firings, former President Donald Trump chimed in on CNN's decision to release host Don Lemon.
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In a day of media mix-ups and firings, former President Donald Trump chimed in on CNN’s decision to release host Don Lemon.

The former left-wing host took to Twitter to announce his departure from CNN.

“I was informed this morning by my agent that I have been terminated by CNN. I am stunned,” he tweeted in a fiery post announcing his exit. “After 17 years at CNN I would have thought that someone in management would have the decency to tell me directly. At no time was I ever given any indication that I would not be able to continue to do the work I have loved at the network. It is clear that there are some larger issues at play. With that said, I want to thank my colleagues and the many teams I have worked with for an incredible run. They are the most talented journalists in the business, and I wish them all the best.”

“Good News: “The dumbest man on television,” Don Lemon, has finally been fired from Fake News CNN. My only question is, WHAT TOOK THEM SO LONG?” Trump said on Truth Social.

In a day of media mix-ups and firings, former President Donald Trump chimed in on CNN's decision to release host Don Lemon.

But CNN said not so fast to Lemon, that is.

“Don Lemon’s statement about this morning’s events is inaccurate. He was offered an opportunity to meet with management but instead released a statement on Twitter,” said CNN Communications on Twitter.

CNN CEO Chris Licht confirmed the news in a memo to network staffers: “CNN and Don Lemon have parted ways. Don will forever be a part of the CNN family, and we thank him for his contributions over the past 17 years,” he wrote. “We wish him well and will be cheering him on in his future endeavors.”

CNN anchor John King seemed surprised by the news during Monday’s broadcast of Inside Politics. “I don’t know the details happening while I’m sitting in the chair here, but I work here. I love this place,” King said “Certainly wish Don the best. He’s always been good to me as a colleague.”

Will Fox News Survive Parting With Tucker Carlson?

FOX News Media and Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways, according to the company’s statement on Monday.

“We thank him for his service to the network as a host and prior to that as a contributor,” said Fox News in a statement.

“Mr. Carlson’s last program was Friday April 21stFox News Tonight will air live at 8 PM/ET starting this evening as an interim show helmed by rotating FOX News personalities until a new host is named,” said Fox News in a statement.

In the news: CNN Says Don Lemon Fibbed On His Twitter Statement Post-Firing

On social media, former watchers of the cable news network say ‘I’m Done.”

“With Fox canceling Tucker, I am done with Fox including the five. No guts on your show either. To open with stories on Biden and Bill Maher you have shown you are all fake talking heads with no soul or character,” said Tim Walker on Twitter.

Another user, @texasvet2022 said, “And the irony they still have #Tucker on the “sad to see you go” page. Fu*k em. I’m done with Fox,” showing his cancellation screen of Fox Nation.

Former Fox News host Glenn Beck said Monday that the departure of Tucker Carlson would “kill” the conservative news network.

“I think that’ll kill Fox, I really do,” Beck said. “I know so many people that still kinda like Fox, they watch other shows, but they’re like, Tucker is the only one I really trust. You lose Tucker Carlson; I think that really kills them.” “You’re getting rid of Tucker Carlson? Wow,” Beck added. “Letting him walk out the door even? Wow.”

Beck pointed out that Tucker just wrapped up a 3-day series with Elon Musk that was widely watched by those on both sides of the aisle.

In the news: Glenn Beck Says With Departure Of Tucker Carlson It Will “Kill” Fox News

“Tucker Carlson and I have become friends, and hopefully, I’ll be able to talk with him today,” Beck said. “I don’t know what the situation is, but Tucker, come to Jamaica. We would love to have you here, you won’t miss a beat, and together, the two of us would tear it up, just tear it up.”

Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch ordered Tucker Carlson’s firing over a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former producer on his show, the Los Angeles Times reports.

According to the Times, Murdoch was also “concerned” about Carlson’s insistence that undercover government agents were involved in the January 6 insurrection.

Carlson is the focus of a lawsuit from his former senior booking producer, Abby Grossberg, who filed two separate suits.

In a lawsuit filed in the Southern District of New York, Grossberg accused Carlson and Fox of sexism and harassment, alleging that his show’s workplace was flurried with examples of misogyny.

Her lawsuit claims, among other things, that mocked-up photographic images depicted then-U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “in a bathing suit revealing her cleavage” and that staffers were polled — on two separate occasions — on which of two female candidates for Michigan governor they would rather have sex with.

In the news: CNN Says Don Lemon Fibbed On His Twitter Statement Post-Firing

But the network gave no reason for the abrupt firing Monday.

According to a statement released on Monday, FOX News Media and Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways.

Tucker Carlson is an American television host, conservative political commentator, and writer. He has hosted the nightly political talk show Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News since 2016.

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