REPORT: Former FOX News Host Greta Van Susteren May Be Moving To MSNBC

Greta Van Susteren shocked the media world when she abruptly left FOX News last fall. Since then, she has been pretty quiet but now there are reports she may be taking a new job at MSNBC.

Deadline has the story:

Greta Van Susteren MSNBC-Bound? Anchor Beats Drum With “Tempting Offer” Tweets – Update

Former Fox News Channel host Greta Van Susteren took advantage of the traditional year-end holiday week slow-ish news cycle, to tweet that she has received an offer and would be making a decision in the next week as to whether she is going to return to the TV news business or move on to some other venture. Based on tweets, expect to see her back on TV soon and, for a while now the money is on Van Susteren, who also hosted for CNN before moving to FNC, taking a gig at MSNBC.

In September, FNC announced abruptly that Van Susteren had had her last day on the network and senior political analyst Brit Hume was taking over her time slot, effective immediately, through the presidential election. Van Susteren, meanwhile, took to Facebook to explain that she took advantage of that much-discussed “key man” clause in her contract allowing her to leave if Fox News chief Roger Ailes exited, explaining her hasty departure with: “The clause had a time limitation, meaning I could not wait.”

Here are some tweets Greta has posted on the subject:

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