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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Says Goodbye To Fox & Friends

After serving as Fox & Friend's morning anchor for two years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck has made the decision to leave the show and focus on her family. 

“I am taking a new position as CBO -- chief breakfast officer -- at our house with the kids, and that does mean that in about a month, I’ll be leaving my FOX News family,” she said on air, explaining she needs to spend her mornings at home. “I’m in a season where the kids need the best of me, not the rest of me.”

“This is a really, really hard decision but I know it is the right one and I thank you all at home for understanding,” she said in her emotional address.
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