CNN is parting ways with yet another contributor for reasons that&nbsp;again&nbsp;might involve President Trump.The cable news network announced Friday that it would not be moving forward with a second season of "Believer With Reza Aslan," a series hosted by the religious scholar&nbsp;that explored faith and religion worldwide.Though the statement provided by a CNN spokesperson didn't elaborate on why the network had reached that decision, it did state, "We wish Reza and his production team all the best."The news comes just days after Aslan's &nbsp;now-deleted tweet saying, "This piece of [crap] is not just an embarrassment to America and a stain on the presidency. He's an embarrassment to humankind."Aslan's remarks were tweeted June 3, shortly after London terrorist attacks sparked Trump's tweets about the importance of a "travel ban."A day later, Aslan apologized for his choice of words in a statement shared on Twitter."When in the first few minutes of the terror attack in London, the President of the United states tweeted about his travel ban, I lost my cool and responded to him in a derogatory fashion," Aslan said. "That&rsquo;s not like me. I should have used better language to express my shock and frustration at the president&rsquo;s lack of decorum and sympathy for the victims of London. I apologize for my choice of words."I should not have used a profanity to describe the President when responding to his shocking reaction to the #LondonAttacks. My statement: pic.twitter.com/pW69jjpoZy&mdash; Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) June 4, 2017 Aslan released a statement Friday regarding the cancellation of "Believer," in which he implied&nbsp;that the nonrenewal was indeed connected to his criticism of the president."In these politically charged times, the tenor of our nation's discourse has become complicated," Aslan wrote, "and I recognize that CNN needs to protect its brand as an unbiased news outlet. Similarly, I need to honor my voice."Aslan went on to clarify that he is not a journalist, but a social commentator and scholar, and agrees that it was time for him to part ways with CNN.My statement about the cancellation of #Believer pic.twitter.com/ITtXAyQwd5&mdash; Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) June 9, 2017 Last week, CNN removed Kathy Griffin from its New Year's Eve lineup after public outcry over the comedian's photo shoot with a bloodied likeness of Trump's head.