Fox News Cancels Lou Dobbs’ Weekday Business Show

FILE PHOTO: A Fox News channel sign is seen at the News Corporation building in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

By Lisa Richwine

LOS ANGELES—Fox Corp’s Fox Business Network has canceled “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” a weekday program hosted by the business journalist, the company said on Friday.

News of the cancellation came one day after Dobbs, 75, was named as a defendant in a defamation lawsuit filed by voting machine maker Smartmatic, which argued that three Fox hosts including Dobbs falsely accused the company of helping to rig the election against President Donald Trump.

Fox said the move to end Dobbs’ show had been in the works before the lawsuit as part of a revamp following the November 2020 presidential election in which Republican Trump was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden. Read the rest at theepochtimes.com.

 

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1 Response to Fox News Cancels Lou Dobbs’ Weekday Business Show

  1. Joe Z says:

    Lou Dobbs loves America. Well of course, he would have to be canceled.

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