Fox News has made a massive mistake in cutting ties with Tucker Carlson, and they are now scrambling to find a replacement. The network has reportedly tapped Lawrence Jones to fill in for Carlson on his primetime show, but it is unclear how long Jones will be able to hold down the fort.
Carlson is one of the most popular and influential figures in cable news, and his show had been consistently one of the highest-rated programs on Fox News. The network’s decision to fire him was met with widespread criticism, and it is clear that they are now facing a backlash from their viewers.
Jones is a rising star at Fox News, and he has been praised for his sharp commentary and his ability to connect with viewers. However, he is still relatively new to the network, signing on in 2018, and it is unclear if he is ready to take on the challenge of hosting a primetime show.
Fox News is hoping that Jones can hold down the fort until they find a permanent replacement for Carlson. However, it is possible that Carlson’s departure could lead to a long-term decline in the network’s ratings.
Jones has anchored “Lawrence Jones Cross Country” on Fox News on Saturday nights. He also works as a national correspondent for “Fox & Friends” during the week.
It may be hard for Jones to fill Carlson’s shoes as Fox News has lost many of its viewers after the abrupt announcement of Carlson’s departure. The way in which Carlson was sent off has left a bad taste in the minds of many.
Speculation has only grown as to why Carlson was ousted, but Fox News is attempting to fill the void.
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