Roger Ailes and His Legacy of Free Speech


Juan Williams, FOX News
Roger Ailes saw me coming through the door to his office and with his needling wit he said: “We can’t have you working here.” My jaw dropped. Roger knew how to get your attention with a cutting comment in good times and bad. I was going through a very bad time. This was late October of 2010 and the night before I’d been fired by NPR. Later, I was labeled a bigot and in need of psychiatric care by the head of a major, national media operation, the then-president of NPR (National Public Radio).
Source: Real Clear Politics

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