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A Scientific American editor claims that a Fox News producer asked him to not talk about climate change during a segment on future trends in science and technology.
Suzanne Scott, SVP of programming at Fox News, gave a statement to Business Insider denying this: 

"We invited Michael on for a segment on technological and scientific trends we can expect in the future. We worked closely with him and his team and there was never an issue on the topic of climate change,"  Suzanne Scott, SVP of programming at Fox News, said in a statement. "To say he was told specifically not to discuss it, would be false."

Scientific American editor claims that a Fox News producer asked him to not talk about climate change during a segment on future trends in science and technology.

Suzanne Scott, SVP of programming at Fox News, gave a statement to Business Insider denying this: 

"We invited Michael on for a segment on technological and scientific trends we can expect in the future. We worked closely with him and his team and there was never an issue on the topic of climate change,"  Suzanne Scott, SVP of programming at Fox News, said in a statement. "To say he was told specifically not to discuss it, would be false."

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    Quelle surprise. Not like climate change is an integral issue to future tech or anything. Nooooo.
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    Tsk
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    Who to believe…that’s an easy one.
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    I think I’m more inclined to believe him over Fox news ANY DAY. Their “news” is a joke anyway.