Sarah Palin spins her exit from Fox News, claiming she's leaving to reach a 'larger audience'
ACCORDING TO THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
To hear Sarah Palin tell it, big things lay ahead for Sarah Palin.
Just days after the former Fox News contributor and one-time Gov. of Alaska revealed that she would not renew her position at the conservative-leaning network, Palin granted an interview to ultra-conservative website Brietbart.com in which she gave her version of the public split.
Fox News chief Roger Ailes, who once thought Palin a hot commodity, began privately calling her "stupid," according to a 2011 article in New York Magazine. During the Republican National Convention in August, Palin publicly complained that Fox News had canceled her on-air interviews. And rising Republican leaders, like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, are steering the GOP away from Palin's Tea Party philosphies in the wake of Mitt Romney's 2012 defeat.
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