This week, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz said, ahead of a bizarre turn of events, that he was considering a career in the news media after politics.
Gaetz whose world has rocked by a sex trafficking accusation and possible investigation by the FBI said he wanted to become a conservative media host.
Fox News today said Gaetz will not be working with that network.
“No one with any level of authority has had conversations with Matt Gaetz for any of our platforms, and we have no interest in hiring him,” the Huffington Post alleges Fox News disclosed.
Source: Huffington Post
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