Williams criticized President Trump Monday on the program for going two full days before explicitly denouncing white supremacists. Those thoughts led to death threats against her from Fox News viewers. On Tuesday, an hour before Pres. Trump walked back his comments from Monday, we talked to Williams about her criticism, as well as the current state of The Specialists with co-host Eric Bolling sidelined pending the outcome of a sexual harassment investigation into his conduct.
Eboni K. Williams on Threats Against Her and the Future of Fox News Specialists | TVNewser
Williams There are some women who command attention as soon as they speak. Media personality and former TV host Eboni K. Williams is one of those women. Recently leaving her position at Fox News as co-host of The Specialists, Williams is now on a different journey, fueled by passion and faith. She also became a regular guest on the nationally syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club, and wrote an award-winning book, Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance, and Success. Most recently, you left Fox News after a four-year stint.
She's excited to be pursuing new opportunities," Williams' rep said. Williams spent four years at the channel and was known as a co-host on "The Specialists," which ran for four months on the network. Williams offered a glimpse about her time at Fox in an interview with HerAgenda on Monday.