Monday, November 16, 2009

Dobbs says his departure from CNN was 'amicable'

NEW YORK (AP) - Lou Dobbs says he doesn't feel like he was pushed out of CNN, the news organization where he worked for all but two years of its existence until last Wednesday.
In a weekend interview with The Associated Press, Dobbs says he had "a very amicable parting on the best of terms."
Although the decision to leave was characterized as mutual, Dobbs says he approached CNN President Jon Klein to say the show wasn't working for him anymore.
He plans to take time deciding what he wants to do next, beyond his daily radio show. He has promised to reach out to groups who criticized him, most prominently because he advocated stern measures to halt illegal immigration.
He says a run for public office is one option he's considering.

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