Former Democratic party chairwoman Donna Brazile is making her departure from Fox News Network, according to a report by The Daily Caller.
Brazile will be taking a position at competing cable news station ABC, according to the outlet who cited The New York Times‘s Friday report in their report on the Fox shakeup.
The former DNC chairman was only hired by Fox in 2019 to be a liberal analyst for the largely conservative network.
Brazil has lived up to her job, spending her time on-air praising causes like the Black Lives Matter Movement and lashing out at former President Donald Trump.
According to Brazile herself speaking about her time at Fox, the liberal was always treated with respect and never told to stand down about her progressive beliefs.
“Fox never censored my views in any way,” she told the New York Times. “Everyone treated me courteously as a colleague.”
“I believe it’s important for all media to expose their audiences to both progressive and conservative viewpoints,” Brazile added. “With the election and President Biden’s first 100 days behind us, I’ve accomplished what I wanted at Fox News.”
While Fox News did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment, questions have arisen as to what changes might be coming at the network that lost two liberal commentators this week.
Former co-host of “The Five,” Juan Williams also announced that he would be departing his longtime position as part of the primetime show. Williams ended a seven-year stint as the liberal voice among a majority of conservatives.