MSNBC’s Greta Van Susteren tweeted that she is no longer with the network:
“I am out at MSNBC,” she wrote to her followers on Twitter.
Vanity Fair reported that chief legal correspondent and “The Point” host Ari Melber will replace Susteren, whose 6 p.m. show, “For the Record,” was said to have gained very little traction among the network’s audience.
The decision was said to be a mutual agreement.
Susteren moved to the network in 2016 after spending 10 years at Fox News. When she left, Susteren had an issue with Fox News over the ownership of “15 years of memories” via pictures and photos posted on her network blog.
“I am hoping Fox News will give me all my personal photos and video from my blog GretaWire that they took down without giving me any notice,” she wrote in a Facebook post.
“For the Record” premiered Jan. 9 of this year.