It looks like President Donald Trump will have to deal with Fox News anchor Shepard Smith kicking him around a bit longer.
The conservative-leaning news outlet has signed Smith to a new, multi-year deal.
"Shepard Smith is an exemplary journalist whose skill in anchoring breaking news is unrivaled. His powerful storytelling on both television and digital platforms has elevated our entire news gathering process," said 21st Century Fox and Fox News Executive Chairman Rupert Murdoch in a statement.
Fox isn't saying how many more years Smith will get.
There had been talk that Smith's tenure at Fox was on shaky ground because he has been less-than flattering in his opinions of President Trump and his policies.
Smith has been with the network since 1996.
"I am incredibly proud to be part of a group of journalists who helped build the FOX news division from scratch 22 years ago and extremely thankful for the opportunity to continue to lead our breaking news coverage for years to come," Smith said.