Fox News' media critic said Fox News committed a "journalistic breach" over their scripted interviews with Scott Pruitt and that behavior "should be absolutely out of bounds."
After it was discovered that "Fox and Friends" helped script Trump's former EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's appearances, Fox News' media critic said Fox News committed a "journalistic breach and should be absolutely out of bounds."
The Daily Beast reports that parts of a Fox News interview with Scott Pruitt were carefully scripted by Pruitt himself. We're sure this is the rule, not the exception.
"The Daily Beast" broke the news: before he resigned in shame, many of Scott Pruitt's interviews on "Fox and Friends" were highly scripted affairs.
"The Daily Beast" broke the news that many of Scott Pruitt's interviews on "Fox and Friends" before he resigned in shame were highly scripted affairs. Here's one such interview.
The Hunger Games of Stephen Colbert claims another victim. And we are all better for it.
Republicans Still Divide Everything Into Pure Good And Pure Evil. Guess Which Side Scott Pruitt Is On!
Scott Pruitt has resigned, and it's safe to assume that this happened not because Pruitt himself, or anyone in the administration in a decision-making capacity, thought he'd done anything wrong.
Thank you for taking the heat on that one, Marco.
Fox News coverage of the Scott Pruitt resignation was one minute at thirteen seconds of Pete Hegseth blaming the media, and Howie Kurtz saying "even Laura Ingraham" said he had to go.
Fox's John Roberts reports on Pruitt's 14 ethics investigations and possible violation of the Official Records Act at EPA, but barely scratches the surface of Pruitt's shockingly corrupt tenure at the agency.
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