Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski has been fired from another job.

Lewandowski — who now advises President Trump in an informal capacity — was dismissed from the One America News Network, a right-leaning cable television channel, according to a report.

Lewandowski's arrangement with One America began in January, but his brief tenure ended after his appearances on competing networks rankled management, The Daily Beast says.

While declining to comment on the reason for Lewandowski's departure, One America chief executive Robert Herring said he had no reason to deny reports blaming the time Lewandowski had spent on the air of networks like Fox News.

Lewandowski served as campaign manager for Trump from January 2015 to June 2016, when he was dumped in favor of then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

After Lewandowski briefly appeared on CNN as a political analyst in the leadup to the 2016 election before starting consulting firm Avenue Strategies in December.

Due to mounting pressure from advocacy groups concerned about conflicts of interest, Lewandowski left the firm in May.