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Fox News, the American network that launched in 1998, is still making news with its reporting on the presidential election and political controversies.
Fox News hosts, anchors, and commentators are still in the news business, so it is no surprise that they continue to get the headlines, especially when they’re fake.
The news cycle has been spinning off in ways that Fox News cannot control.
In some cases, news has turned into a «news business» with some companies using its own content to reach a larger audience.
Here are five examples that illustrate this phenomenon.
The fake news trend has only continued to grow.
This week, the company has continued to take aim at President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, with host Bill O’Reilly calling it a «bizarre» attempt to «deter Iran from getting nuclear weapons.»
Fox News has also repeatedly highlighted President Trump’s false claim that he won the election.
Fox has not yet apologized for using fake news stories to promote its programming.
In a rare moment of candor, Bill O, the president of Fox News told the press conference that he believes he did not get the election and did not win the election by any means, but that he did «have a chance» of winning.
Fox is also the latest cable news company to make headlines over the fake news phenomenon.
Last week, CNN apologized for the network’s «outrageous and dangerous» treatment of the Black Lives Matter movement.
And the company’s parent company, 21st Century Fox, is under fire for its treatment of climate change.