“Fox & Friends” host Clayton Morris announced on Monday’s show that it would be his last, as he is retiring after nearly 10 years at Fox News and 18 years in broadcasting.
Morris was honored by his co-hosts and crew with a montage of his best moments from the show, after which he thanked his co-workers Abby Huntsman and Pete Hegseth and discussed his future plans.
“You guys have been amazing, and the staff here’s just been amazing,” he said. “I’m excited about this new chapter in my life. I don’t think you’ll ever see me on television ever again, so I’m not going anywhere else. I’m just gonna spend time with the family and focus on projects that I’m passionate about.”
Achieving “financial freedom” through real estate is among Morris’ other passions, which he talks about in-depth on his website. “A few years ago I discovered a simple tool for building passive unearned income. I call it my Freedom Number. It’s a simple formula that will take you 5 minutes to use.”
Morris has been with Fox News since 2008 and previously hosted “Good Day Philadelphia” on Fox 29. Watch his farewell in the clip below.
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