Paris, 2021-12-12 10:50:06. Fox announcer Chris Wallace is leaving the network
Veteran Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said Sunday that he is leaving the network after 18 years and that he is “ready for a new adventure.”
Wallace announced at the end of the weekly news program that it was a moderation on “Fox News Sunday”.
“After 18 years, this was my last Fox News Sunday. It’s the last time, and I say this with real sadness, we’ll meet like this. Eighteen years ago, the Chiefs here at Fox promised that they would never interfere with any guest I booked or question I asked. . Prepare.”
Wallace, 74, said he’s been “free to report to the best of my ability, to cover the stories I think are important, and to hold our country’s leaders to account. It’s been an amazing journey.”
He said he’s leaving after 18 years at the network because “I want to try something new, transcend politics into all the things I care about. I’m ready for a new adventure and I hope you check it out.”
Wallace did not give any details of that “adventure.”
Wallace was seen as methodical, balanced, and never flashy, unlike his father Mike, the legendary “60 Minutes” reporter who enjoyed his reputation as the interviewer no one wanted to see on the doorstep.
Chris Wallace was a White House correspondent with NBC in the 1980s and left ABC News in 2003 to attend his Sunday special on Fox.
In 2016, Wallace became the first Fox journalist to lead a presidential debate for the general election.
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