what happened to juan williams on fox news
Juan Williams joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1997 as a contributor and is also a co-host of FNC’s “The Five,” where he is one of seven rotating Fox personalities.
Fox News Channel announced this morning that Bob Beckel will return Monday as co-host of the top-rated roundtable show.
Bob Beckel returns to @TheFive, TONIGHT at 5p ET! #BeckelsBack https://t.co/NxY7Ehxze7 pic.twitter.com/QQS099rooR
— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 16, 2017
Beckel will rejoin Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld and Dana Perino in what’s sure to be a lively debate each night.
Juan Williams: Race, Obama and Trump
The following column originally appeared in The Hill newspaper and on TheHill.com.
Eight years ago this week, I cried.
I couldn’t hold back the tears as Barack Obama was inaugurated.
It’s all on tape.
I was on television doing political commentary for Fox News Channel. The emotional power of that historic moment was extraordinary. A web of thoughts encompassing everything from the Civil War to Martin Luther King Jr.’s “dream” came rushing up at me like a wave as Obama was sworn in as America’s first black president.
Trump can meet with black celebrities such as Steve Harvey all he likes. Given his past words, I’d be surprised to see tears of joy from any minorities as he is sworn in.
Juan Williams is a co-host of FNC’s “The Five,” where he is one of seven rotating Fox personalities.