ABC’s Brian Ross is back at work, sort of.
The reporter, suspended by the network last month for a fake news report claiming that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was about to testify that Donald Trump had ordered him to contact Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during – not after – the 2016 election, is reportedly working at “an ABC outpost in New York,” according to Fox News host Martha MacCallum.
The good news for fans of non-Fake News, however, is that Ross will likely “never be on air again.”
“ABC investigative reporter Brian Ross is in a way back at work these days,” the host on Friday’s edition of “The Story With Martha MacCallum” said. “You remember Ross was banished for a few weeks over a false report about President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. The story claimed that Flynn asked to talk to the Russians during the campaign. That story turned out to be false. The bosses at ABC expressed, quote, ‘rage and disappointment’ in Ross and they suspended him. He has reportedly now been put at an ABC outpost in New York. One source says that he will, quote, ‘never be on air again.’ We will see if that turns out to be the case.”
On Saturday morning, President Trump expressed his thoughts on Ross’s current situation via Twitter, noting the Stock Market crash that resulted from the “fraudulent live newscast about me” and that the reporter “should have been fired!”
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