When did Fox become all black everything? It seems that the former Godfather's Pizza head honcho is Fox News' newest contributor. We have details after the jump.
The network announced on Friday that Herman Cain will contribute "analysis and commentary" on Fox News, as well as Fox Business Network. Bill Shine, Fox News' executive vice-president of programming, called Cain "a valuable addition" in a statement released to the public. "As a political expert with business savvy, he brings an important voice to the nation's debates," Shine said.
It looks like the message has been sent and the GOP is trying to catch up to the times. But what does this mean when the staunchly stubborn thinking network meets a critical thinker like Cain?
"I'm excited about joining the FOX family as a contributor because it is an opportunity to be one more voice for intelligent thinking in America." Cain said.
Coming from the CEO of Cain TV could only mean it will be still the same stuff whenever you turn to Fox just with a different face on.
Fox News' announcement comes as the network shuffles its line-up of contributors. Fox News recently parted ways with Sarah Palin, and signed Scott Brown on Wednesday.
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