Fox Business Network has been on top of every moment as the United Kingdom made a historic decision to leave the European Union. 

Here's some of the reaction to #Brexit:

Stuart Varney said he believes this is the beginning of the end of the European Union.

The British pound has plummeted against the U.S. dollar, while the U.S. stock market opened this morning in freefall. 

Donald Trump touted the "leave" victory, saying Britons want to "take their country back," arguing that the U.S. and Europe have made mistakes, especially on immigration policies.

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said the vote was another defeat for an "attempt at empire" by Germany. 


Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton said the Brits have an opportunity to slash taxes and regulations and believes the result is going to be a positive for Western security. 

"Fundamentally, this is a vote that needed to happen," he said. 

Former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee said he believes this is going to bring about a recession in Europe in the "short run."

A conservative member of British Parliament, Sir Bill Cash, said the result is not "Armageddon, it's actually quite the opposite."

Cash said the U.K. was not free under the "shackles" of the EU, citing economic contraction and massive unemployment. 

"The euro is in crisis," he said. (Watch his thoughts above)

Maria Bartiromo shared her thoughts this morning, downplaying the "dire hysteria" that we're seeing in the markets today. 

She said politicians need to realize that people are angry about immigration policies, open borders and stagnant wages.

Stay tuned to Fox News and Fox Business Network throughout the day to see the market impact.