Fox News is under attack.

A left-wing pressure campaign forced out star anchor Bill O’Reilly and co-President Bill Shine.

Now Fox’s other famous anchor just announced whether he is leaving the network.

Sean Hannity has been the subject of media speculation ever since rumors began circulating that co-President Bill Shine would be ousted.

He is the last remaining link to Fox’s original primetime lineup.

Hannity fueled these rumors when he tweeted that if Shine – who once worked as Hannity’s producer – was removed from power, it would be the end of Fox News as we know it.

The Daily Beast reported Hannity was set to exercise his “key man” clause – a part of his contract that gave him the right to leave Fox News if certain executives left the network – and begin the negotiations on his departure:

“Sean Hannity is looking to leave Fox News, according to sources, following the resignation of Fox News co-president Bill Shine officially on Monday.

Shine was Hannity’s long-time ally whom he personally recommended the network hire two decades ago to produce Hannity & Colmes. In recent days, Hannity warned it would be the “total end” of Fox News should Shine leave, and he rallied conservative activists to back him up.

Initially, insiders said, Hannity’s army of lawyers had hoped to discuss with Fox ways of protecting his 8-year-old primetime show, amid fears that Lachlan and James Murdoch—fresh off the ousting of Bill O’Reilly—were looking to push the network away from hard-right politics.”

But Hannity put those rumors to bed.

He told his staff he was staying at Fox.

Politico reports:

“Sean Hannity had a message for the roughly 30 staff members he treated to pizza Tuesday night: I’m not negotiating an exit.

As speculation swirled about Hannity’s future at Fox News in the wake of the resignation of his longtime friend and former producer Bill Shine, who was named a co-president of Fox News last summer with the departure of longtime network chief Roger Ailes, Hannity decided to treat his staff to a thank-you party.

Staff-wide meetings for Hannity are unusual and one person close to his show expressed surprise because “Hannity doesn’t do meetings.”

But at the meeting held Tuesday afternoon, the anchor told his staff that he’s not negotiating an exit despite reports, according to a person present at the meeting. He thanked his staff for what they do and told them he’s “always available” to answer questions.

“And don’t believe the destroy-Trump media,” the person said he added.”

With Hannity remaining at Fox, it should reassure viewers that the channel is not moving in a more globalist direction.

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