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James Rosen, a stalwart of Fox News Channel’s Washington D.C. bureau, is leaving the network, TVNewser has learned.
“James Rosen is exiting the company at the end of the year,” a Fox News spokesperson confirms, without providing further detail.
Rosen, 49, has been with Fox News since 1999, 3 years after the channel launched.
As the network’s Chief Washington Correspondent, he often reported for Special Report, but was seen throughout FNC’s programming day, most recently just yesterday.
.@BretBaier proves once again that the man makes the clothes. With thanks for another year of friendship, close working collaboration, and #Christmas revelry for the whole #SpecialReport team. @ShannonBream @PreppyGirlP pic.twitter.com/xU1y0ObMiK
— James Rosen (@JamesRosenTV) December 20, 2017