On Wednesday, Watters announced that was going on vacation — just a few days after his show "The Five" moved to the prime time slot.
The host denied any sexual innuendo, saying in a tweet that his comment was a joke about Trump's low-toned speaking voice as the first daughter chatted onstage with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Watters' 'vacation' should end the way Bill O'Reilly's did." The network has been embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal for months: starting with Gretchen Carlson's July 2016 lawsuit against CEO Roger Ailes, the network recently let longtime star O'Reilly go after it was revealed that $13 million had been paid out to multiple women who made sexual harassment allegations against him.
On Tuesday, the same day that Watters made the Ivanka Trump comments, Fox News was hit with its latest discrimination lawsuit — this time on behalf of 11 employees, many of them former workers, alleging instances of racial discrimination.
The segment featured the song "Kung Fu Fighting," and showed Watters asking two women whether he was "supposed to bow to say hello." And in 2014, Watters was called homophobic by LGBT blogs for a segment that sent him to San Francisco's pride parade, where he teased gay men by asking, "Are you guys sure you don't like girls?