Greg Gutfeld jokes Fox News could rehire Chris Wallace ‘at a discount’ after CNN+ implosion

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American News April 23, 2022 7:26 PM EST

“Now that CNN+ is gone, has Fox Nation considered rehiring Chris Wallace? We could probably get him at a discount,” Gutfeld joked.

In a recent segment of “The Five”, host Greg Gutfeld interviewed fellow Fox News star Tucker Carlson on CNN+’s truncated lifespan, asking him what would happen to the failing streaming service’s talent, specifically Chris Wallace.

“Now that CNN+ is gone, has Fox Nation considered rehiring Chris Wallace?” Gutfeld asked. “We could probably get it for a discount,” the Fox personality joked. “And I saw that he interviews a lot of very interesting people?”

Wallace, officially also a Fox News anchor, recently left the broadcasting company to join CNN’s lineup of TV personalities for its high-end product. When CNN management announced that the streaming service will be shut down, onlookers like Gutfeld were quick to poke fun at Wallace’s misfortune.

But when asked to respond to Gutfeld’s survey, Carlson didn’t think Wallace would be welcome. “We had a meeting about it this morning in my office,” Carlson said with a laugh during the response. “I was like, ‘No, he just failed!'”

Wallace claimed he left Fox News for his leftist competitor because people started “questioning the truth” like “Who won the 2020 election?” and “Was January 6 an insurrection?” Wallace said he “finds it unsustainable” in the workplace.

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