Monday, October 3, 2022

Donna Brazile leaves Fox, joins ABC as a contributor

Donna Brazile left Fox News and joined ABC News.

The former chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), who led Hillary Clinton, then-candidate before questions, will make a contribution to ABC, a spokeswoman told The Epoch Times in an email.

A Fox spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.

Brazil joined Fox in 2019. The network described her as a ‘veteran democratic strategist’ who would provide ‘political analysis’.

Brazil previously worked for CNN. She questioned Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate who later lost to Donald Trump, in front of a city hall in Michigan in 2016, revealed emails published by WikiLeaks at the time.

CNN accepted Brazil’s resignation when it became the interim head of the DNC.

In an op-ed Brazil has decided to join Fox, explaining that she sometimes does not have civility during her political work.

‘I should have been wise enough and humble enough to listen to my mother, Jean, who so often told me, the third of nine children, to keep quiet and let my siblings talk, and listen – really listen – to what they had to say. “She knew I was not listening as much as I was stopping before I started arguing again,” she wrote.

“My mother tried to teach our Brazilian children a lesson we should all consider as citizens: listen more, talk less. Be civic towards each other. Find common ground. Contempt is hatred towards others. These are the lessons and the attitude I will bring towards Fox News. ”

Brazil, which recently appeared on ABC’s “This Week” tell The Daily Best via SMS that Fox offered her an extra number of years, but that she decided to return to ABC.

“When my contract expired, they offered me another 2-4 years,” Brazile wrote. “But I decided to return to ABC.”


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