Fox News has become a powerful tool for the conservative movement.
It’s not just the network’s coverage of the 2016 election, which helped to put the GOP in control of both houses of Congress, but the network has also been a champion for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, pushing him on everything from his immigration policies to his economic policies.
Fox News’s ratings have increased significantly since Trump took office in January, and they have been a major force behind the rise of Trump’s presidency, which is now on track to become the most unpopular in modern U.S. history.
But Fox News is also making a lot of money, and it’s doing it with a host of shady tactics.
A new report published by the Media Research Center (MRC), an organization that tracks the media’s influence on American politics, reveals that Fox News made an estimated $8 billion in 2017.
MRC’s report, titled “The Fox News Curse,” notes that the network made $8.2 billion in ad revenue in 2017, while making just $7.8 billion on television.
In fact, the network makes just over half its revenue from the United States.
This means Fox News makes $4.5 billion on average annually, while Fox is losing millions of dollars annually on television advertising.
The MRC also found that the channel has been the most profitable cable news channel in the United Kingdom, according to data from Kantar Media/CMAG, and is also the second most profitable channel in Canada, after the CBC.
A few years ago, Fox News’ prime-time ratings were lower than the average of CNN, MSNBC, and Fox Business.
But the channel started making more money in the fall of 2018, thanks to an uptick in ratings from President Donald Trump.
Fox Business’ ratings dropped significantly during the presidential election, but then rose again.
MBC’s report notes that Trump has been in office since January.
The president was the only major candidate on the show during that time, and while Trump’s ratings increased during the election, his audience has continued to decline.
A 2016 poll from the Pew Research Center found that Trump’s approval ratings were underwater, while his disapproval rating was at a record low.
While Trump has said that he will not run for re-election, the MRC report notes the president has used his platform to push his agenda, including pushing legislation that will increase taxes on corporations and increase the minimum wage.
The Trump administration has also used Fox News to push a range of conservative policies.
During the 2016 presidential campaign and after, the president and his supporters were frequently attacked by Fox News viewers.
The network has regularly slammed Trump for his statements about women, Mexicans, Muslims, and others, including claiming that the president was born in Kenya and that the media are “fake news.”
The MBC report finds that the number of people who regularly watch Fox News rose from about 1.6 million in 2015 to 2.2 million in 2016, before dipping slightly during the first quarter of 2018.
During this period, the number who watched Fox News declined from roughly 6 percent to 5 percent.
Fox has also become a platform for conservative media critics, including The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, who has been one of the most outspoken critics of the Trump administration.
Kristol and other critics have made numerous allegations that Trump and his administration are trying to censor media and push conservative ideology.
In 2016, the Weekly Standard was suspended from Fox News for an article that criticized then-President Barack Obama for his health care law.
Fox had also previously accused the network of being “hostile” to Fox News after a series of articles from the network attacked the network for its coverage of gun rights.
A report by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch in August 2016 found that Fox had sent Fox News employees to a Fox News headquarters in Washington, D.C., to “investigate” a Fox report that suggested the Trump transition team was under investigation for possible ties to Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
Fox’s Fox News Channel (FNC) was also one of several networks that were forced to cut ties with the network after the network was accused of promoting the discredited conspiracy theory that President Donald Trumps birth certificate was fake.
The networks have also faced criticism for airing segments on Fox News that featured clips of white supremacists, conspiracy theorists, and other anti-government extremists.
In October, Fox suspended hosts Sean Hannity and Megyn Kelly after they appeared on a segment about a white nationalist gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia, which was edited by the network.
The segments aired in September and October 2017 respectively, and the network announced in January 2018 that it would be pulling the segment after Kelly objected to its content.
A number of other cable news networks have faced criticism from conservative commentators.
MSNBC was criticized in August for airing an episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight that featured a guest who compared a Confederate flag to the flag of apartheid South Africa.