Popular Palin parts ways with Fox News
By The Los Angeles Times
Published: Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, 8:08 p.m.
Fans of Sarah Palin will have to look a little harder to find their favorite vice presidential candidate-turned-media personality on the airwaves in 2013. Palin will no longer be a contributor on Fox News, the network said on Friday.
It was not clear whether the breakup was mutual, but in Palin's first interview since parting ways with Fox, the former governor of Alaska told Breitbart News that fellow conservatives should follow her lead and “jump out of the comfort zone.”
Palin, who for three years had been one of the network's most popular personalities, said, “We can't just preach to the choir. ... The message of liberty and true hope must be understood by a larger audience.”
Palin told Breitbart News that the “door is wide open.”
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