Another Democratic town hall event on the channel liberals love to hate drew sizable ratings — and underscored the split between its news and opinion sides.
Fox News’s Brit Hume hit back at President Trump on Monday after he criticized the network for hosting a town hall with South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
A new study reveals that many of the pro-Trump network’s stars, including its “hard news” anchors, have fattened their wallets by speaking at GOP events — an ethical no-no.
“The boycotts themselves are not having a financial impact of any significance,” said the CEO of Fox Corp., the parent of Fox News Channel.
Blocked from participating in the lineup of official Democratic debates scheduled for the 2020 presidential cycle, the network that appeals to conservative-leaning voters has muscled its way into the process by offering candidates a valuable commodity: Air time during televised town halls.