After former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes left the company amid a string of sexual harassment allegations, some of the top talent at the network had a big opportunity for change. With Ailes gone, they had the option to walk away from their contracts, no questions asked; Greta Van Susteren took that option.
Soon thereafter Van Susteren was at MSNBC, after more than a decade at Fox News.
On Wednesday, Van Susteren’s former colleague Bill O’Reilly was effectively fired from the network after allegations of sexual harassment reached the public. Van Susteren took a moment to comment on air about O’Reilly’s departure.
“What a difference a year can make for a lot of us,” she said on MSNBC.
“That’s all I’m gonna say.”