At CPAC, Dick Morris Says He Will "Probably" Return To Fox
Former Fox News commentator Dick Morris says he still "love[s]" the network and expects to return to its airwaves.
In February Fox confirmed  that it had declined to renew Morris' contract. The network had benched him from bookings for several months following his repeated on-air prediction  of a Mitt Romney "landslide" in the days leading up to Romney's defeat.
During a March 14 appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) just south of Washington, D.C., Morris told Media Matters, "I love Fox, you know. You come and you go in this business, I'll come again."
Asked if he thought he would return to the network in the future, Morris said, "Sure, probably."
Morris told  CNN's Piers Morgan on February 6 that "Fox has given me the opportunity of a lifetime. Fifteen years, 3,000 interviews. And at some point a great marriage has to come to an end."
He added, "The divorce -- the divorce isn't final, but I am seeing other people."
During his CPAC speech Morris announced  that he will begin hosting an afternoon talk radio show on Philadelphia's 1210 WPHT in April.