Greta Van Susteren is one of the victims of the tendentious and pretentious ultra-liberal propaganda. She got fired so unexpectedly, but she quickly received some great news. Greta Van Susteren is going to continue her mission to inform and report the nation in her well know manners- unbiased, balanced and fair.
We all get what we look for, and Greta Van Susteren is already having a new job. The former Fox News host came back, and she is happier than ever. You’d all agree that she deserves the best job in the world. Van Susteren is much better than her liberal colleagues, and Americans know it.
Many would agree that Greta Van Susteren is one of the least biased TV personalities. Good people will always get the best of all jobs, and Van Susteren must be proud of herself. We still don’t know the reasons she had to join the MSNBC team, but she left the network. Wonder why? Van Susteren refused to criticize President Donald Trump like other liberal reporers. The former Fox News host recognizes true values, and she knows that President Trump doesn’t deserve any of the slamming.
The mainstream media would gladly attack President Trump. Liberals try to undermine President Trump in every way possible. They’re even hoping that President Trump will be impeached. Well, none of this is going to happen.
Greta Van Susteren knows that President Trump is the right person to lead our country. She would never attack people who do their best to make America great again. Her decision to leave MSNBC came like a shock, and people thought that she is up to something big. Her career became the hottest topic these days, and Van Susteren is already planning her next move.
Van Susteren will be joining academia as a non-resident senior fellow at the prestigious Annenberg Center on Communications & Policy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. “I am really excited about this- great journalism is taught at @USCAnnenberg,” tweeted Van Susteren.
She will work on academic studies associated with journalism. This would be of great help for the USC panels and all the USC students.
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) July 28, 2017
“As a senior fellow, Greta will be a wonderful addition to our center, working with USC Annenberg on issues relating to social media, civic discourse, broadcast news, the coverage of politics and government and public diplomacy,” said USC administrator Geoffrey Cowan.
What do you think about this? Was it a good decision? Greta Van Susteren is a real professional and there’s no doubt she’s going to do well on her new position, but don’t you think FOX News sabotaged and slowed her career?
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