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Fox News’ Bob Beckel apologized for saying the f-word during April 16’s episode of the Hannity show.

Beckel is a “contributor” to Fox News, Entertainment Weekly noted.  The incident was a “blooper,” according to Mediaite, which explained Beckel thought he was off-air and didn’t realize the program had come back from commercial break.

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Beckel also tweeted an apology, POLITICO noted. That apology reads:

“I apologize to anyone who heard me on Hannity. I honestly thought we were off air. I just may not be cut out for the tv business.”

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Fox News’ Bob Beckel Apologizes for F-Word during April 16 ‘Hannity’

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