After the company was unable to convince its current top editorial staffer to take the job, G/O’s chief HR rep revealed details of the scuttled negotiations to employees.
A G/O spokesperson told The Daily Beast the salary disclosure “was unintentional and a mistake.”
The Fox News host broke ranks to slam the Trump administration’s killing of Qassem Soleimani—but blamed Trump officials rather than criticizing the president directly.
The former campaign chairman “understood his conversations with Hannity to be a message from Trump” after he came under scrutiny by the feds, according to newly released memos.
The same year his colleague Shep Smith departed over clashes with pro-Trump forces, Cavuto has emerged as the latest Fox News star fed up with the president’s antics.
The star actor allegedly left after expressing displeasure with listening to a clip of his own acting—a fear Driver has repeatedly voiced in the past.
The ex-mayor has now hired a Bloomberg News editor for his campaign. She’s at least the fifth newsroom staffer to join; and the first from the news division.
While occasionally half-baked and reductive, the star-packed Fox News saga demonstrates the complicated legacy of even the most revered figures in Roger Ailes’ downfall.