Dunn, who has been a vocal critic of Fox News and last month accused the network of being a "wing of the Republican Party," will remain as an outside consultant to the White House and continue to be involved in strategy.
Of course, Fox is a wing of the Republican Party. And "down" is generally the direction gravity pulls us in a gravity well. I guess it's an "accusation" if I can be "accused" of being married to my wife, whom I love. The loathing between Fox and The Republican Party has not yet been established or asserted by either party, though I confess neither of them has confessed to going steady either. Yet it's still something that seems more firmly established than rumors going around in The Globe or The National Inquirer; at least it seems fairly clear to me.
Of course, I'm the guy who still thinks the constitution is important, so what do I know?
Since Fox News Reports she was supposed to leave before the year's end, and she's going in November, I guess that shows everybody that you shouldn't mess with Fox. If you do, then you might have to leave your Government post when you said you were going to when you accepted it in the first place.
Oh yeah, and still have to be involved in strategy to boot. I guess that'll show her.
I can see, though, that Mike's happily racking this one up as another victory for Fox News. Sounds almost as fabulous as most of the rest of their stories. Thank Heaven's they're non-partisan, fair and balanced; otherwise who knows what they'd do with a story that said that the woman was leaving when she said she would when she took the job.