Fox News Star Gone From Network

( Another Fox News host who was seemingly against President Donald Trump has departed from the network.

Just weeks after another anti-Trump host left Fox, Jedediah Bila has departed. Bila was the host of “Fox & Friends Weekend.” She actually left Fox a while ago to join “The View” daytime talk show on ABC, but re-joined Fox. Now, she’s gone again.

As Fox announced in a statement:

“We have mutually and amicably parted ways with Jedediah Bila and wish her all the best. The new co-host of ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ will be named soon.”

And in a statement of her own, Bila said:

“Thank you to the Fox News reporters, anchors, contributors and producers who have been an absolute pleasure to work with these last few years. To the viewers who supported me throughout my journey there — I’m deeply grateful for you and hopeful you’ll join me on my next adventure. I’m really excited for what’s to come.”

Last weekend, the temporary fill-in for Bila was Emily Compagno, who co-hosts the “Outnumbered” weekday show on Fox.

Bila first started working for Fox News in 2013, working as a contributor and appearing on “The Five” and “Outnumbered” on a regular basis. She then left to join ABC’s “The View.” In 2018, Bila returned to Fox News to work as a contributor once again.

Bila departing Fox News comes only a few weeks after another anti-Trump host, Leland Vittert, departed from the network as well. The channel has taken a pro-Trump slant, especially with its primetime anchors Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.

Vitter was pulled off Fox in January after the former president went off on him for his comments about him. At the time, Fox News announced via a spokesperson:

“We have mutually and amicably parted ways with Leland Vittert.”

Vittert’s clash with Trump was going on for a while, too. Back in 2019, Trump even took to Twitter to express his displeasure with the hosting, tweeting:

“Were @FoxNews weekend anchors, @ArthelNeville and @LelandVittert, trained by CNN prior to their ratings collapse? In any event, that’s where they should be working, along with their lowest rated anchor, Shepard Smith!”

Following the 2020 presidential election, Vittert even got into a heated exchange with Trump’s re-election campaign spokeswoman, Erin Perrine. At the time, the former president was still fighting the results of the election.

Vittert asked Perrine:

“[With Trump having] no plans to concede, what’s the path to 270?”

Perrine responded:

“Well, considering no state has actually certified the election results, there are ballots still being counted across the country. This is going to take some time to make sure we count every legal vote and do not county any illegal votes.”

But Vittert wouldn’t let her finish, interrupting and saying:

“I understand.  I understand that. We’ve heard that talking point for a long time. What states is the president going to pull ahead in?”

Perrine’s response was coy:

“Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to speak. It seems like you are certainly not keen to let that happen today.”