As Trump’s White House has been in turmoil, the network that owns The View has been busy airing its own Trump-related news, often in a tone that seems less adversarial than Fox News.
This week, though, the cable network is making a bold move in an effort to build a new network to take over The View’s prime-time slots.
On Monday, the New York Times reported that CBS will take over the flagship The View, which has been an integral part of Fox News’ news coverage for decades.
The network plans to build its own news and opinion network on a similar model to CNN and MSNBC, which have built their own news networks from the ground up.
CBS is not the first cable news network to try this strategy, though: ABC has also begun airing its news shows on its own network.
And last month, CBS announced it was moving to replace the Fox News brand with its own.
While CBS is a cable news outlet, it is also a news organization that airs news in its own way.
The NewsHour, which airs news from around the world, is the primary news source for CBS, with a news division and an opinion division separate from The View.
In recent years, CBS has also built a new news network on the heels of The View moving from the cable news format to the internet.
The new network is called The Newsroom, and the first episode is scheduled to air next week.
The newsmagazine’s current schedule includes a weekly show hosted by Mark Halperin, who is currently serving as CBS’ chief news anchor.
And The NewsRoom will not be the only CBS news program to get a new, independent news outlet.
ABC has already announced plans to launch its own TV newsmagazines, and CBS has begun to plan its own new TV news network, which is still under development.
And Fox News is in the middle of a new TV network that it hopes will launch in 2018, but is not yet ready to reveal the details.
(The New York Post recently reported that the network would launch a weekly program titled The Five, which will have two main segments, one focused on the news, and another focusing on the personalities that shape the news.)
The new CBS news channel, The NewsMom, is expected to launch sometime this year, and The NewsRedsource is expected in the fall, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
And while The NewsShow is not a newsmagnet, the channel will be filled with guests and guests will have a voice, and will also have a reporter.
The CBS News team has also reportedly started to brainstorm new ways to get its news coverage to a wider audience.
And according to the WSJ, CBS plans to open up more than 100 locations across the country in 2018.
“We’re going to continue to focus on the fact that our viewers are going to see our content and our reporters, and our staff, on the day,” one source told the newspaper.
And CBS will have to get the news right, or it will be left to Fox News, which seems to dominate the news in the United States and its satellite affiliates around the globe.
But in recent months, there have been indications that CBS is getting ready to take a different approach to the news.
On January 6, The New York Daily News reported that a senior executive with CBS News, David Collins, said he believes that the channel is more willing to cover the Trump administration and its policies in an unbiased way than Fox, which it describes as “a place that tries to be the Donald Trump news network.”
And on March 8, The Wall St. Journal reported that Fox News had started airing its weekly news segments on The NewsCenter, the new CBS News channel.
Fox News was reportedly considering cutting its news programs to make way for The NewsMan, an app that would allow the network to present the same coverage to more viewers in a single location.
The move to an independent news network has come as a surprise to many in the media world, as Fox News has long been a dominant force in cable news coverage.
The cable news networks have often tried to position themselves as the arbiters of the news on their networks, and in recent years have used their clout to influence the way the news is covered and broadcast.
But Fox News and its competitors have been criticized for airing their news programs with a slant that is more in line with what their audiences would expect.
In 2017, for example, Fox News host Sean Hannity famously referred to his viewers as “pigs” for their lack of knowledge about the subject of climate change, a claim that he later retracted.
And in 2016, Fox was criticized for showing President Trump’s inauguration with a blackface video that was filmed on location at the White House.
In the past year, the Fox network has also made headlines for its decision to show President Trump wearing a shirt with the word “F**k” on it