Former Fox reporter moves to Newsmax as Chief White House Correspondent

Former Fox News Chief Washington Correspondent James Rosen has made the leap to a smaller and more conservative network, according to TV Newser.

The former Fox reporter has taken the position as NewsmaxTV’s new chief White House correspondent, according to recent reports, replacing former White House correspondent Emerald Robinson.

“The network suspended Robinson after she was banned by Twitter for continuing to post tweets claiming that coronavirus vaccines possess a “bioluminescent” tracking device linked to the devil,” TV Newser reported.

In their statement on Tuesday, the Network said of Robinson’s departure: “Emerald is still with Newsmax, however her contract ends in January and we will not be renewing it. We appreciate the work she has done on-air for the network.”

The former White House correspondent will likely not return to the network, according to a report by The Daily Beast last month. They also reported that Rosen might join the network:

“James Rosen is not only a reporter’s reporter, but also a great thinker and author who can share complex issues on a TV screen and explain them in clear and understandable ways,” Newsmax Media CEO Chris Ruddy said in a statement.

“We are pleased and proud to have him as a key part of our growing news team,” Ruddy added, welcoming the network’s high-profile addition.

“I am thrilled to join the Newsmax team,” said Rosen. “I’ve known Chris Ruddy for over a decade and have long admired from afar his innovation and success in growing Newsmax and its brand.”