An anti-Donald Trump host has recently quit the network, following in the footsteps of another anti-Trump host who left the top-rated cable news network a few weeks ago.
Jedediah Bila, the host of “Fox & Friends Weekend,” who left the network many years ago to join ABC’s daytime talk show “The View,” has left again, according to Variety.
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The network said, “We have mutually and amicably parted ways with Jedediah Bila and wish her all the best.” “Fox & Friends Weekend’s new co-host will be announced soon.”
“Thank you to the Fox News reporters, anchors, contributors, and producers who have made these past few years an utter pleasure to work with,’ Bila remarked. “Thank you to all of the viewers who have been so supportive of me during my time there.”
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On Saturday, Emily Compagno, a co-host of the weekday show “Outnumbered,” will fill in for Bila.
After a stint on “The View,” Bila returned to Fox News Channel as a contributor in 2018. She joined Fox News as a guest in 2013, and has since appeared on shows including “Outnumbered” and “The Five.” She had previously worked as a high school academic dean and Spanish teacher at a private New York City school, as well as teaching students in middle school, high school, and college. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wagner College and a master’s degree from Columbia University.
She has appeared on “Fox & Friends Weekend” with co-hosts Pete Hegseth and others in recent years.
Bila’s exit came just 21 days after another anti-Trump host, Leland Vittert, quit the network.
Although the primetime hosts, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham, remained firmly in the Trump camp, the daytime shows, with the exception of “Fox & Friends,” could not say the same.
Leland Vittert, one of those most accused of being anti-Trump, was actually taken off the air in January after Trump laced into him, and he is now permanently gone.
A Fox News spokesperson told TheWrap, “We have mutually and amicably parted ways with Leland Vittert.”