As Fox News' only woman of color with her own daytime show, Harris Faulkner has faced plenty of criticism for how she represents the black community — and so has her network.
But rival networks don't even have a single host who looks like her, Faulkner pointed out on The View on Thursday.
The View co-host Sunny Hostin asked Faulkner about Fox News' lack of diversity when Faulkner appeared on the show Thursday, describing Fox's only black woman hosting a weekday show a "unicorn."
"I know you say the only one on Fox," Faulkner, who hosts Outnumbered Overtime, countered. "But where's MSNBC's? Where's CNN's?"
Faulkner is right. MSNBC doesn't have any daytime shows hosted by a woman of color, and neither does CNN. HLN, CNN's spinoff network, does have a daily show hosted by Michaela Pereira called MichaeLA.
Faulkner said that she realizes being a rarity on Fox and in the broadcast world gives her a unique job, and so she feels "responsibility" to serve everyone. Watch Faulkner discuss the issue on The View below. Kathryn Krawczyk