President Donald J. Trump participates in a town hall interview taping with Sean Hannity of Fox News Thursday, June 25, 2020, at Green Bay-Austin Struble International Airport in Green Bay, Wis. (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour)

Fired Fox News Editor Goes on the Attack Against Fox News

Former Fox News editor Chris Stirewalt is slamming the network, accusing them of inciting hatred in a new book, Mediaite reports.

Stirewalt famously was the first to call Arizona for President Biden, drawing the ire of former President Trump.

Trump called on his supporters to watch other networks at the time and Stirewalt was fired shortly afterward.

The book, Broken News: Why the Media Rage Machine Divides America and How to Fight Back, accuses the network of driving dangerous levels of paranoia.

Stirewalt says the Fox News narrative that he was laid off due to realignment is false.

Stirewalt says it was politically motivated, but a spokesperson for Fox News says  “Chris Stirewalt’s endless attempts at regaining relevance know no bounds.”

According to Stirewalt it wasn’t realignment, rather it was, “I got canned after very vocal and very online viewers — including the then-president of the United States — became furious when our Decision Desk was the first to project that Joe Biden would win the former G.O.P. stronghold of Arizona in 2020.”

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