Fox News has taken on a whole new meaning for many people with its new word cattle.
The network has used the word in its daily coverage since it first appeared on TV in 1996.
The word is now part of the newsroom lexicon and Fox News is known for using the word to describe all things meaty.
Fox’s first mention of the word was in 1996 when host Geraldo Rivera interviewed actor Robert De Niro about the meat he eats in Los Angeles.
“We don’t eat beef, we eat horse,” De Nro said.
“But we like to eat cattle.”
The network used the term again in 2017 when the network interviewed former President Donald Trump about his beef eating habits.
“He eats a lot of beef, like a lot,” Trump said.
Trump has been criticized for his beef consumption, and the network has said it has been trying to be more inclusive in how it uses the word “cattle.”
Trump’s words also came up again in January when Fox News’ Chief Operating Officer Roger Ailes appeared on Fox News Sunday and told host Chris Wallace he had to make sure his guests ate beef.
“I’m not going to say that the president doesn’t eat a lot, I’m just not going go in there and say, ‘We’re going to go and eat the President of the United States,’ Ailes said.
But Ailes insisted that the network “absolutely does” not eat beef.
Ailes was referring to a tweet Ailes wrote on Jan. 23, 2018, that was later deleted.
The tweet, which has since been deleted, referred to a photo of Trump eating a steak and a side of cheese with a note that read, “I will not comment on my personal beef eating, I am a meat eater.”
The tweet has become a controversial example of how Trump can use the word of a news anchor who is not his employee, Fox News said.
We’re not going down this path,” Ailes told Wallace. “
You know what?
We’re not going down this path,” Ailes told Wallace.
“That was a mistake, and I apologize for it.
We’ve got to be careful.”