Rumors are swirling all over the Internet that Sean Hannity may move into Tucker Carlson’s old time slot on Fox News. However, that’s not true – it’s just a rumor for now and Fox News responded by saying ‘no decision’ has been made as of yet.

Drudge Report posted a headline suggesting the move, but it wasn’t confirmed yet according to Deadline who reported the following in a news article about Sean Hannity:

Fox News said that it is considering changes to its primetime lineup following the exit of Tucker Carlson, but it suggested that a report that Sean Hannity would fill the slot was premature.

“No decision has been made on a new primetime line-up and there are multiple scenarios under consideration,” a network spokesperson said.

The statement came after Drudge Report blared out a main headline that Hannity was being prepared to take over the time slot, with Jesse Watters and Greg Gutfeld also being prepared for primetime slots. Where that leaves Laura Ingraham’s show, which airs at 10 p.m., is unclear.

In the meantime, Tucker Carlson is doing his new videos exclusively on Twitter as of now.  After being dismissed, fired, or whatever you want to call it from Fox News, Tucker Carlson appeared to take a few days off and today announced his plans for the future. He’s going to bring a “new version of the show” to Twitter because he believes it’s one of the last free speech platforms out there.

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