Accepting Fox's invitation for a televised town hall would only help the network sell advertising by balancing its "bigotry, racism, and outright lies with enough legit journalism to make the claim to advertisers that it's a reputable news outlet", Warren wrote on Twitter Tuesday.
Former Representative John Delaney, who announced his presidential bid in January 2018 but has barely registered in polls said in a tweet responding to Warren that "If you're not using your town hall, I will". Trump gives the vast majority of his television interviews to Fox News and Fox Business.
"It may be a minority opinion, but I just - I think that it's being very dismissive of so many Americans for her not to go on Fox News", Hostin began.
Meghan McCain said it would be good for Warren to potentially change at least "one mind".
"But I would argue that a presidential candidate should be able to walk into any situation, walk into any fire and have the confidence and the ability to put it out by spreading the democratic values and his or her beliefs", she continued.
Warren fundraised off her criticism of Fox and said Democratic town halls legitimized the network to potential sponsors.
Whoopi Goldberg concluded the segment by saying, "If you can't face the Fox audience, you can't face the U.S. It's that simple". "Fox News is struggling as more & more advertisers pull out of their hate-filled space".
The ladies of ABC's "The View" criticized Democratic Massachusetts Sen.
Gillibrand defended her decision Wednesday to go on Fox, telling MSNBC, "I believe you need to meet voters where they are, and a lot of America happens to watch that network".
Sens. Bernard Sanders of Vermont and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota have already participated in town halls hosted by Fox News, and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is slated to participate in one this weekend.