The axing of Hasan’s weekend show has drawn backlash from progressives, who wonder if it was due to his criticism of Israel.
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“He’s been very vocal and very emotional about that issue," Faulkner said. “That’s one of the voices that gets quieted.”
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The network will debut a new ensemble show titled, The Weekend, while ending shows hosted by Mehdi Hasan and Yasmin Vossoughian.
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