The network said at the time that the views expressed by Pirro "do not reflect those of the network and we have addressed the matter directly with them" – however declined to say whether it was sanctioned in any way ,
Several The advertisers later distanced themselves from Pirro's weekly show called "Justice"
. The show did not appear in the cable schedule this weekend. In its place was an unusual repetition of a documentary series.
However, if she was suspended, Fox does not say so. A spokeswoman for the network said, "We do not comment on internal planning matters."
It is not known if Pirro's show will come back next week.
At the same time, there is no indication that she was fired by Fox. She is one of the network's top rated weekend hosts, known for her vehement defense of President Trump and the attacks on his enemies.
Last week, Pirro Omar ̵
"Think about it: Omar wears a hijab," said Pirro. "Does her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicate she abides by Sharia law, which in itself contradicts the US Constitution?"
When Fox condemned Pirro, she also made a statement. She did not apologize. She said she intends to "ask a question and start a debate".
"Of course, being a Muslim does not mean that you do not support the Constitution," she said. "I invite Rep. Omar to my show anytime to discuss all the important issues facing America today."
Omar did not answer this invitation, but she thanked Fox News for rejecting Pirro.