Report: NY Times Editor Let Go After Bid for Pay Equal to Male Predecessor
The Outnumbered panel, including #Oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson, held a spirited debate about the departure of Jill Abramson from the New York Times. Abramson, the first female to serve as the paper's top editor, was let go by the company amid reports that she had pushed for a salary and benefits equal to her male predecessor.
Harris Faulkner noted that it comes just a few months after the Times ran an article and published an online video about how working women should go about asking for more money.
Watch the debate above, which got very lively when Tucker claimed that "if you adjust for the amount of uninterrupted time people spend in the workplace, women make more than men in almost every category."
Tucker quickly found himself (yep, you guessed it) outnumbered on this one by Faulkner, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Sandra Smith and Kirsten Powers.