Michael Wolff is no longer a columnist for The Guardian. According to Capital New York, the Guardian has ended its contract with Wolff, with no specific reason given for the separation.
Wolff had penned his weekly column for the paper since 2012.
“It has been a longstanding and productive relationship for which we are grateful,” a Guardian spokesperson told Capital. When prodded for the reason the column was cut, the spokesperson added, “It’s time to go our separate ways.”
Wolff is still a Vanity Fair contributing editor and a columnist for British GQ and USA Today, so don’t worry — there’s still plenty of places where Wolff can be grumpy.