‘Unfiltered’ anchor and Dan Bongino both announce their departures from Fox News, citing broken contract negotiations.

Dan Bongino

After the conservative commentator said he and the channel were unable to reach an agreement on a new contract, Fox News host Dan Bongino announced his departure from the network.

Sadly, last week was my final episode on Fox News, Bongino announced on his podcast on Thursday. “It’s hard. That is difficult to say. I’ve been performing there and working there for ten years, so the show’s cancellation was difficult.

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The host of “Unfiltered” on Saturday nights, Bongino, indicated that although he had the option to host one final program this weekend, he chose not to.

On his podcast, the former New York City Police Department officer stated, “I want you to know it’s not some big conspiracy.” “I swear to you. There is no hostility. This did not involve a WWE brawl. Simply put, we were unable to agree on an extension.

Conservative commentator Dan Bongino speaks at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor, Md., on March 6, 2014.
Conservative commentator Dan Bongino speaks at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor, Md., on March 6, 2014. Susan walsh, AP


“We thank Dan for his contributions and wish him success in his future endeavors,” Fox said in a statement provided to USA TODAY on Friday.

In addition to being a published author, Bongino worked as a Secret Service agent from 1999 to 2011 and made three unsuccessful Republican Congressional runs.

Ends with “Canceled in the USA” 

His Fox Nation “Canceled in the USA” show will also terminate, and his daily radio show will no longer be broadcast on the streaming platform. According to the network, Bongino might still make cameo appearances on Fox programs.YouTube ban for Bongino

Bongino was permanently barred from YouTube last year. The well-known video platform operated by Google claimed that Bongino attempted to violate a permanent suspension by posting on a different channel after being given a one-week suspension for distributing false information about COVID-19 on one channel.

Exit occurs days after the resolution of the Fox lawsuit

Following Fox Corporation’s agreement to settle a defamation lawsuit brought against the network over its coverage of the 2020 presidential election, he made his announcement.

In what has been the most widely watched media trial in decades, the network and Dominion Voting Systems reached a $787.5 million settlement on Tuesday, shortly before attorneys were scheduled to present their case to the jury before testimony.

Fox News reaches settlement: Fox News and Dominion reach $787.5M settlement just before defamation trial was set to begin

For impatient royals, Meghan Markle’s absence from the coronation was “a quiet relief.”

In 2021, Dominion filed a lawsuit against Fox News and its parent company, alleging that the network had deliberately broadcast lies being spread by the late President Donald Trump and his legal team as they clung to power in the months following his loss in the presidential election of 2020. The settlement’s specifics weren’t immediately accessible.

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