ELIZABETH MACDONALD (FOX BUSINESS ANCHOR): When we're here at Fox News, I am not told how to report. That's the beauty of Fox News. Fox News does not tell us how to be journalists, they let us be journalists. I've never had that, anywhere does Fox News -- anyone on Fox News or Fox Business tell me what to do. We are journalists. We report it.
MELISSA FRANCIS (CO-HOST): Or -- and at least for those who are on the network that do opinion, identify themselves as opinion.
MACDONALD: That's right.
FRANCIS: I think that's where a lot of the hypocrisy on this comes in, is when there's clear opinion at play, that's fine. You have an opinion, you cover stories. But then to act like it's straight news is where I think the lack of self-awareness -- when they say how -- talk about Fox News, and they say how some of its commentators purvey anti-immigrant conspiracies. What about the Russia conspiracy and all the reporting that turned out to not be true?