BREAKING: Fox News LEGEND Just Retired

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It looks like another Fox News political correspondent is headed out the door. Pretty soon the only people left will be just a bunch of liberal hacks!

Fox News Channel chief political correspondent Carl Cameron is retiring.

Fox News reports that Cameron joined the network in 1996 as a correspondent and has been breaking political news ever since.

“Special Report” host Bret Baier posted a touching message on Facebook, writing that Cameron will be missed by everyone.

“Your tireless work on the trail helped us become the Fox News we are today,” Baier wrote. “It is hard to imagine a future campaign without ‘Campaign’ Carl. You are one of a kind– good luck to you.”

To my friend and colleague of 20+ years– Carl, you will be missed by all of us here at FOX News. Your tireless work on the trail helped us become the FOX News we are today. It is hard to imagine a future campaign without ‘Campaign’ Carl. You are one of a kind– good luck to you.

Fox News Channel’s chief political correspondent Carl Cameron is retiring. Cameron joined FNC in 1996 as a correspondent and has been at the helm of breaking political news for the network ever since.

Cameron has played a major role in the network’s coverage of every presidential election since Fox News went on air in 1996, which is how he earned the nickname, ‘Campaign Carl.’ Among many achievements, he was the first to report that Ralph Nader was entering the presidential race as an Independent in 2004.

Others also offered their farewells and best wishes on social media:

 

We hate to see you go- thanks for all the good work you did.

God Bless.

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