Neil Cavuto to make long-awaited return to Fox News … now if only they’d make Shepard Smith go away

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Neil Cavuto will make his long-awaited return to television on Tuesday, September 6th, following open heart surgery in June.

The beloved anchor will return to host both “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” at noon ET on Fox Business, and “Your World” at 4 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel.

The network said Cavuto has “made a speedy recovery” and launched a hashtag to help fans welcome him back: #CavutoReturns.

Tuesday will be a feel-good day at the network, but if Fox News really wants to have a celebration, they’d announce the departure of Shepard Smith on the same day.

Whether it’s showing support for the violent Black Lives Matter crew, defending Hillary Clinton over the controversy surrounding the Clinton Foundation or going after GOP nominee Donald Trump, claiming he “trades in racism,” Shep has more than worn out his welcome with some Fox viewers who think he may be more comfortable at ultra-liberal MSNBC.

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