D.C.-focused publication, The Hill, is cutting ties with columnist Dick Morris, according to a MediaMatters report.
Once an influential adviser to and campaign manager for former-President Bill Clinton, Morris is best known for his "erroneous political forecasts," which drew the attention of the right-leaning National Enquirer, which announced Friday it was making him its chief political correspondent.
"In light of Dick Morris' new position at the National Enquirer The Hill has decided to discontinue his column at The Hill," Morris' former employer told MediaMatters in a statement. "We wish him well."
Read the full report here.