In a recent segment of "The Five," host Greg Gutfeld interviewed fellow Fox News star Tucker Carlson on the truncated lifespan of CNN+, questioning him on what would become of the failing streaming service's talent—specifically, Chris Wallace. "Now that CNN+ is defunct, has Fox Nation considered rehiring Chris Wallace?” Gutfeld questioned. "We could probably get him at a discount," the Fox personality jokes. "And I've seen that he interviews a lot of very interesting people?" [tweet_embed] April 25, 2022[/tweet_embed] Wallace, formerly also an anchor for Fox News, lately left the broadcasting company to join CNN’s lineup of TV personas for its premium product. When leadership at CNN declared that the streaming service will be shut down, onlookers like Gutfeld were quick to poke fun at Wallace’s misfortune. Though when prompted with Gutfeld's inquiry, Carlson didn't think Wallace would be welcomed back. "We had a meeting about it this morning in my office," Carlson announced, laughing throughout the response. "I was like, 'No, he just failed!'" Wallace claimed he left Fox News for its left-wing competitor because people started to "question the truth" such as "Who won the 2020 election?" and "Was Jan. 6 an insurrection?" Wallace said he "found that unsustainable" in the workplace. [tweet_embed] April 25, 2022[/tweet_embed] Meanwhile, the last anchor, Chris Cuomo’s career with CNN, ended spectacularly on December 4, 2021, when Jeff Zucker, the network’s head, chose to terminate his contract based on proof that he was using his position with CNN to assist his brother Andrew. Wallace had been a host for a Fox News show for about 18 years. He left Fox mere days after Cuomo was dismissed. His last episode with the outlet was on December 12, 2021, and the anchor immediately went to work at CNN+. Brian William's final sign-off with MSNBC occurred three days earlier, on Dec 9 2021. Williams, throughout that last episode, made an impassioned and dramatic speech at the time, warning about what he was as the dangers of American institutions being corrupted and famously worrying regarding the possibility of "America burning down." [tweet_embed] April 25, 2022[/tweet_embed] "After 28 years of peacock logos on much of what I own, it is my choice now to jump without a net into the great unknown. As I do, for the first time in my 62 years, my biggest worry is for my country." Williams continued to describe himself as "neither a liberal nor a conservative," but rather, "an institutionalist." He went on: "I believe in this place and in my love of country I yield to no one, but the darkness on the edge of town has spread to the main roads and highways and neighborhoods."