As Donald Trump takes office as the President of the United States, he has many cheerleaders at Fox News to help carry his water.
Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Steve Doocey and that guy that sits across from Steve Doocey all are Trump's puppets to help out when needed.
But, Fox News did have George Will as a contributor to help balance the pro-Trump message, even if just a little bit.
We say "did" because Fox News parted ways with one of the few Conservative Trump opponents on the network.
George Will, a consistent voice of American conservatism for the past 30 years, will no longer appear on the network as a paid contributor.
After Trump's speech Will wrote, “This is not the adjective that came to mind as he described ‘American carnage.’ That was a phrase the likes of which has never hitherto been spoken at an inauguration.”
Will came to Fox News in 2013 after serving as an analyst on ABC News for 30 years, from 1981 to 2011.
Fox News confirms to FTVLive that Will is gone from FNC.