America’s longest-running TV host Pat Robertson is finally calling it quits after 60 years of hosting The 700 Club.
Robertson announced that “Today’s show will be my final as host of The 700 Club. My replacement will be my very capable son, Gordon, who will take over as full-time host of the program.”
Robertson founded the Christian Broadcasting Network in 1960 and since then the network has become incredibly popular.
Robertson’s decision to step down to pursue different projects marks the end of an era.
Robertson plans to teach at Regent University, which he founded in 1977, as well as make guest appearances on CBN’s broadcasts.
Hopefully, CBN will handle the transition smoothly and continue to provide a platform for speech and news that would otherwise be suppressed in the mainstream media.
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