The video shows Ingraham berating her staff (“You’re talking too much” or “Don’t hover at me”), declaring her show a “train wreck,” and asking if what she saw as a problem was, “the Fox way of doing things?”
Her rants even crack up guest Fred Thompson at one point.
FNC insiders tell us Ingraham’s off air behavior had nothing to do with the ending of the show. The show was designed to have a limited run. Insiders say she a “valuable talent” with a “long future at Fox” and she continues to be the lead substitute anchor for Bill O’Reilly.
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