Media reporter Joe Concha said the mainstream media committed "malfeasance" by appearing to ignore the U.K. terror attack.

Concha said Fox News Channel began breaking coverage of the Manchester, England bombing at 6:48 p.m. ET.

Meanwhile, CNN, MSNBC and others stuck with coverage of Trump-Russia collusion allegations for nearly another hour.

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Concha said that even the coverage of the bombing was slanted, noting CNN's Paul Cruickshank predicted it was a "false flag" attack by right-wingers trying to make Islam look bad.

"[The coverage] was media malfeasance marinated in myopia," Concha said.

"Any community access producer would know that once this story broke... there is no other story to cover," he said.

He said he was shocked by "Brady Bunch" panels about President Trump airing on other networks hours later while Shepard Smith anchored live coverage on Fox News Channel.

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