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Phil Robertson doesn't plan to be on Duck Dynasty much longer

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(Source: Parade Magazine) (Source: Parade Magazine)
MONROE, LA (WJHL) -

Reality television star Phil Robertson told Parade Magazine in a recent interview that he does not expect to remain on the series "Duck Dynasty" much longer. 

Robertson told the magazine he believes the show will continue and succeed without him.

Season Four of Duck Dynasty is slated to start August 14 on A&E.  The show's last season finale brought in nearly 10 million viewers.

Click here to read Parade's article.


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