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Chris Wallace Reportedly Already Regretting Jump to CNN


Poor Chris Wallace.

Things just haven’t been working out for him lately.

After his recent departure from Fox News, Wallace was hoping for greener pastures over at CNN.

Unfortunately, CNN is kind of in shambles right now.

They’ve lost their former top rated host, as well as their president, to scandals.

The kicker for Wallace is that he only agreed to move to CNN after being convinced by Jeff Zucker, who recently resigned as CNN president.

Now, Wallace “feels that he has been stiffed” in his new role at CNN.

Newsmax has the latest on Chris Wallace’s woes over at CNN:

Chris Wallace left Fox News to join CNN under president Jeff Zucker, and now Wallace is reportedly left “irate” about CNN’s unraveling before his new streaming venture has taken shape.

“Chris is the type of person who makes it known if he doesn’t like something,” a source told Radar. “He went over there for Zucker and now Zucker is gone.

“Wallace feels that he has been stiffed. He’s got no staff, no Executive Producer and the guy he gave up a prized gig for has just walked out the door.”

Unfortunately for Wallace, not many people are really feeling too much sympathy for him right now:

Former CNN president Jeff Zucker was the only reason that Wallace agreed to move to CNN.

With him gone, Wallace is left in a no win situation.

Our friends over at Breitbart have more on Wallace’s reported unhappiness:

Prior to joining CNN+, Wallace reportedly had concerns about working with famed anchor Jake Tapper and Sam Feist, CNN Washington bureau chief and senior vice president, but they were alleviated by Jeff Zucker. With Zucker gone, Wallace has no protection.

“It’s no secret in DC that Wallace hates Jake Tapper and despises Sam Feist,” the source told Radar. “Zucker spun his magic to allay Chris’ concern about the pair, promising that his status as a ‘premiere journalist’ would not be compromised while working out of the DC bureau.”

This past December, Wallace credited Zucker when announcing his decision to leave Fox News for CNN+.


There’s an old saying about karma…


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