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Shepard Smith stunned viewers and colleagues on Friday when he announced his resignation from Fox News after 23 years with the network. Smith, 55, addressed his departure at the end of his final show.

"Even in our currently polarized nation, it's my hope that the facts will win the day, that the truth will always matter, that journalism and journalist will thrive."

Smith's resignation hit social media like a mini tornado. The news was welcomed by his detractors who despised Smith's left-leaning bias.

Many on Twitter.com celebrated Smith's resignation, including President Trump.

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"I don't know. Is he leaving? That's a shame," Trump joked on the South Lawn of the White House on Friday.

"Is he leaving because of bad ratings?" Trump continued. "If he's leaving, I assume he's leaving because he had bad ratings."

Probably no one was happier to see Smith leave than Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Smith lashed out at Carlson after Fox legal commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano got into it with Carlson and one of his guests during a live broadcast 2 weeks ago.

Smith thought Carlson should have defended the judge.

"Attacking our colleague who is here to offer legal assessments on our air, in our work home, is repugnant," Smith said during his show the next day.

Later that night, Carlson mocked Smith on the air, repeatedly calling Smith a "daytime host" and never addressing him by name. Carlson ended his rant by taking a jab at Smith's sinking ratings: "When you dress up partisanship as news coverage, people tune out."

While some believe Trump's constant criticism of Smith may have intimidated the anchor to leave, others say Smith was upset about the stinging personal attack by Carlson.

Smith reportedly asked Fox to accept his resignation after only 1 year into his $15 million-a-year contract.

Smith's fans wished him well on Twitter and praised him for keeping his boot on Trump's neck over the past two years. But others thought he was too hypercritical of the president.

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Fox Business money man Charles Payne is returning to the cable network after being cleared of wrongdoing.

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O'Reilly's audience remained staunchly loyal to the 67-year-old journalist amid reports that he sexually harassed female anchors and other female employees at Fox.

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Ed Henry, Fox News Channel's Chief White House correspondent, is taking time off from covering President Obama after an In Touch Weekly report exposed his cheating ways. The married news journalist had a 10-month affair with a Las Vegas hostess named Natalia Lima, according to In Touch magazine.

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Earlier today, Fox & Friends host Elizabeth Hasselbeck featured a martial arts instructor who teaches school-age children to run toward school shooters and disarm them.

Hasselbeck's segment sparked outrage among viewers who say teaching children to stand and fight should be the very last resort when they are faced with an active shooter in their school.

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Fox News took the unusual step of suspending 2 contributors for stating their opinions about President Obama.

Republican contributor Stacey Dash, 48, and Lt. Col. Ralph Peters were both suspended for 2 weeks for comments they made about President Obama's Oval Office speech on Sunday.

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Harris Faulkner

By now you've all seen the video footage of black students using bullhorns to disrupt the learning environment at various colleges and universities in the U.S.

A group of students staged a sit-in at the office of the president at Princeton this week.

Among their list of demands was the removal of former President Woodrow Wilson's name from all buildings because of his "racist legacy."

According to Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner, the Black Lives Matter students are misguided and they lack a clear message.

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Despite the massacre in Paris carried out by ISIS last Friday, President Obama is going ahead with plans to migrate 100,000 refugees from the ISIS stronghold of Syria to American cities. 10,000 of those refugees will be embedded in New Orleans.

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After gay CNN anchor Anderson Cooper revealed his sexual preference in a letter to a friend, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, right, began preparations in earnest for his big "coming out" celebration.

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The ObamaCare hotline operator who spoke with Fox News host Sean Hannity about the problem plagued ObamaCare website was fired from her job.

In response to the negative press about problems accessing his Healthcare.gov website, President Obama gave out a toll-free number to buy health insurance.

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A FOX News anchor is not backing down from LGBT groups who demand that national media outlets refer to convicted traitor Bradley Manning as a 'she' or 'her'.

Manning was sentenced last week to 35 years in military prison for leaking sensitive military documents to anti-secrecy website Wikileaks. The next day, Manning announced he wanted to live his life as "a female" named Chelsea.

Through his attorney, Manning said, "I want everyone to know the real me. I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female. Given the way that I feel, and have felt since childhood, I want to begin hormone therapy as soon as possible."

Unlike the Associated Press and other media outlets where gays wield the most power, FOX News and CNN steadfastly refused to call Manning "Chelsea" or use feminine pronouns to describe him.

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Fox News host Bill O'Reilly and Fox contributor Dick Morris both seem to think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is just biding her time until she can run against Barack Obama for president in 2012.

On 60 Minutes earlier this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented that the American economy is making it more difficult for her to do her job because other nations are telling her that “we always look to you because you have this great economy, and now you’re in the ditch.” Bill O’Reilly saw “a little jab” at the President in those comments, blaming the White House for her job troubles, but guest Dick Morris took that premise a bit further, suggesting the remarks, coupled with her silence on health care reform, were a deliberate attempt to undermine the President building up to 2012.“I think there is a subtle distancing going on, and it began over health care,” Morris noted, pointing out that Clinton was not vocal about supporting health care reform. Read More...

She sure wasn't. We heard nary a peep from Hillary when it came time to support Obama's health care reform initiative. She pretty much stayed out of it.

Will Hillary make a run for president in 2012 and thereby oust her boss from the White House? You bet 'cha!

You just know Hillary is sitting back collecting all types of intel to use against Obama in 2012!