At least, that’s what sounds like is happening currently between major Fox News hosts.
In an interview with Time Magazine, news anchor Shepard Smith said the more opinion-based shows on his network are supposed to be “entertaining,” rather than informative.
Top advertisers are fleeing a Fox News show after host Laura Ingraham mocked a Parkland school shooting survivor over his college rejections.
At least four companies announced they would cease advertising on the show after Ms Ingraham tweeted tauntingly about 17-year-old David Hogg’s rejection from four colleges.
Pro-Trump news site The Gateway Pundit recently claimed Mr Hogg had been coached on what to say during his television interviews.
Other, more fringe media figures have claimed Mr Hogg is an actor, paid to drum anger over gun violence.
“As such, we have made a decision to stop advertising on that program.” The backlash started on Wednesday, when Ms Ingraham tweeted a link to a Daily Caller article titled: “Gun Rights Provocateur David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied”.
“Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA...totally predictable given acceptance rates,” the "Ingraham Angle" host added, incorrectly quoting the student’s 4.2 grade point average.
Advertisers are abandoning a Fox News programme in droves after host Laura Ingraham mocked a Parkland school shooting survivor over his rejection from college.
A wave of companies announced they were pulling ads from the “Ingraham Angle” after Ms Ingraham tweeted that shooting survivor David Hogg was “dinged” by the University of California Los Angeles, where he applied and was rejected.