Fox News has confirmed that it has no plans to hire Rep. Matt GaetzMorning report by Matthew (Matt Gaetz) Hill-Republican Party (GOP) criticizes Biden’s infrastructure plans (R-Fla.) Work on the web.
The network said in a statement: “No authority of any level has had a conversation with Matt Gaetz on any of our platforms, and we have no interest in hiring him.”
The statement was issued after a report in “Daily Beast Wednesday,” which stated that Gates was discussing possible jobs with people from Fox News, U.S. News Network and Newsmax. Axios first reported on Tuesday that Gates is considering retiring from Congress and possibly working at Newsmax.
Fox’s statement also followed news reports that the Justice Department is investigating Gaetz’s alleged sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl.
Gates denied the allegations, claiming that they were part of a conspiracy to blackmail him and harm him politically. He explained the plan in detail in a bizarre interview with Fox News on Tuesday. Tucker CarlsonTucker Carlson Gaetz could not find his friend Matt Gaetz in the Republican Party to support his claim of extortion: Hill’s 12:30 report-by Exxon Mobil (ExxonMobil) proposed-Biden (Biden) shifted its focus to rebuilding infrastructure On “Tucker Carlson Tonight”.
OAN could not be reached for comment. A Newsmax spokesperson told The Hill that the company had no comment “on talent discussions or future programming plans.”
However, according to the “Daily Beast” report, sources said that Gates is unlikely to get a job at Newsmax. In addition, according to reports, Robert Herring, the founder and CEO of OAN, does not seem to be interested in the idea.
“Right now, I haven’t really hired anyone to participate in the talk show,” Herring said. “I think he is a great congressman, I told [that ‘somebody’] Tell him to stay there. This is what I want Congressman Gaetz to do. “