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Then CNN president Jonathan Klein informed Hemmer that they planned to move him from his morning anchor job to Washington where he'd be a White House correspondent.Hemmer regarded the offer as a demotion—he also said he had no interest in leaving New York behind—and quickly made his escape plans.But he's always attracted legions of fans: In 2003, once described him as either "the next Scud Stud or the next network news icon," and he continues to generate a following—some of his admirers, many of whom are liberal, even turn on Fox News to see him—and swooning fans also post drool-y messages about Hemmer on message boards like "Hemmerobilia."Personal: Hemmer is single.
Also Read: British Media Regulator Finds Fox News in Breach of Impartiality Rules “I thought the Wall Street Journal angle was interesting,” said Hemmer, who hedged on whether he was on board with the #Fire Mueller movement.Bill Hemmer is not an opinion guy — but that doesn’t mean he isn’t a fan of Fox News’ famous fire-breathers. They know what they’re talking about,” the host of “America’s Newsroom” morning show told The Wrap of his more opinion-driven primetime colleagues like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson.“You can engage in this debate with them or you have a remote control,” he added.She also worked at Dow Jones & Company as an associate in corporate relations.From 1991 to 1996, Maccallum worked for Wall Street Journal Television as an anchor for a business news correspondent.