How come all the major channels are playing the Presidential News Conference except for FOX?

Question by Just ˡⁿ ʟʌ ʟʌ ʟ@ŋD: How come all the major channels are playing the Presidential News Conference except for FOX?
I just noticed this right now. I was skimming through the channels, and I noticed that FOX wasn’t showing the news conference even though ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS and even My Network had it on. FOX was just playing their regular scheduled programing. Does anyone know why this is? I just found this real odd.
I live in New York, and right now on FOX is “Lie To Me”.
You’re right Chauncey Q. Buttercup. I didn’t check that out. However, they should still have it on their main channel.

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Answer by Sandra M
Because it’s news…….Faux with the sour grapes…..

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