Fox News breaks away from White House briefing that aired ‘F— Cops’ graffiti – POLITICO
FCC guidelines normally prohibit profanity between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. on television when “there is a reasonable risk that children may be in the audience.” Because Fox News is a cable service, it is exempt from the profanity rule, but cable news stations’ internal policies routinely bar swear words. Two Fox News contributors were suspended for using profanity on air in 2015, CNN Money reported at the time.
CNN and MSNBC did not air the news briefing live.
Faulkner returned to airing the brief…