The former VP candidate has had some issues with the channel lately.
Sarah Palin, one time Vice Presidential hopeful, now a source of Saturday Night Live fodder, has once again faced a trouble spot in her illustrious career. She has been shown saying some pretty crazy things, many of them while talking to Fox News. The publicity form her insane speeches was enough to land her a spot on the channel, but now she is getting fired - for the second time!
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Fox News initially hired Palin in 2010. She made nearly $1 million a year for her role as commentator. Her tenure ended after three years, but months later, Palin returned to Fox News as a paid contributor, but there was no word on how much she made.
E! News has reported more on the situation:
"Fox News has not renewed its contract with Sarah Palin, a spokesperson for the network confirmed to E! News Wednesday. Politico, which first reported the news, added that Palin and Fox News amicably parted ways June 1. Palin, who unsuccessfully ran for Vice President on John McCain’s ticket in 2008, has yet to comment. The former governor of Alaska, 51, is expected to make occasional guest appearances on Fox and Fox Business, and will appear on other networks and cables. She also has a show on the Sportsman Channel."
However, some people are questioning whether or not the situation is actually "amicable" or whether they are feuding. E! Chronicles the changes that Palin made immediately after the announcement:
It now features a cover photo and a quote from Palin’s announcement speech in Dayton, Ohio: “I didn’t get into government to do the safe and easy things. A ship in harbor is safe but that’s not why the ship is built.” And though she is not running for political office herself, Palin will remain heavily involved in GOP congressional and gubernatorial primaries for 2016. Per Politico, SarahPAC is donating to 40+ candidates this week alone.
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There isn't any word on whether this means that Palin is going to throw her hat into the GOP presidential race.