“After 18 years, this is my last time Fox News Sunday“, Wallace said on the air. This is the last time – and I say this with real sadness – we will meet like this. “
Wallace does not consider his departure the result of any hostility towards Fox, but NPR report Last month, Wallace spoke out against Fox’s decision to air the controversial Tucker Carlson special on January 6.
Wallace decided to drop out of Yale Law School to work for Boston Globe and went on to work at NBC News and ABC News before joining Fox in 2003. He has served as a host, host or moderator on NBC Nightly News, Meet the press, Live rush hour, Night, and Fox News Sunday.
In a year 2019 incident at the Newseum, Wallace listed a few moments from his 50-year career that he considers the highlights: “I spent a week in Calcutta after [Mother Teresa] won the Nobel Peace Prize. I covered President Reagan for six years, traveling with him to China and the DMZ of Korea. Last year, I interviewed Vladimir Putin in Helsinki after the summit, and I asked, ‘Why are so many people who oppose him dead? “and I lived to tell the story.”
News consumers with shorter memories will remember Wallace as moderator of the first presidential debate of the 2020 election, in which Wallace, alternating stern and resentful, attempted to desperately trying to prevent the continued disruption of then-President Trump.
Of her new position at CNN+, Wallace said, “I’m thrilled… After decades of following TV and cable news, I’m excited to explore the world of streaming. Expect new freedom and flexibility when interviewing major figures in the news landscape – and finding new ways to tell stories.”
https://theweek.com/chris-wallace/1007994/chris-wallace-announces-hell-leave-fox-news-join-cnn Chris Wallace Announces He’s Leaving Fox News, Joining CNN +