Fox News confirms exit of Eboni K. Williams

Fox News confirms exit of Eboni K. Williams
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Eboni K. Williams, a former co-host of "The Fox News Specialists," has amicably parted ways with Fox News, representatives for both parties told The Hill.  

Williams, 35, joined Fox News in 2015, primarily as a pundit, before being awarded a co-hosting opportunity alongside Eric Bolling and Kat Timpf when "The Specialists" launched in May 2017.


The opinion program was canceled after four months when Bolling and the network parted ways when sexual harassment allegations against him surfaced.

“Eboni made a decision to leave Fox News at the end of 2018. She’s excited to be pursuing new opportunities,” a representative for Williams said in a statement. 

After "The Fox News Specialists" was canceled, Williams was used periodically as an anchor on "America's News Headquarters." 

Williams looked back on her Fox News tenure in an interview with 

“It was … challenging. But I knew that, and I didn’t go there to be comfortable. Let me be clear, I did not walk into Fox News to be comfortable. I walked in there to disrupt,” Williams said. 

The news comes on the same day it was reported that former Trump aide Sebastian GorkaSebastian Lukacs GorkaGreitens Senate bid creates headache for GOP YouTube bans Sebastian Gorka's channel after repeated violations Lou Dobbs retweets supporters blasting decision to cancel show MORE had parted ways with Fox News after signing on as a national security strategist in November 2017. 

—Updated at 4:28 p.m.