It looks like even Fox News correspondents are fed up with the White House press shop's no-video policy.
According to the New York Times' Maggie Haberman, Fox's White House correspondent John Roberts left Tuesday's press briefing in a huff -- and when Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called him out from the podium, he clapped back.
"[Roberts] leaves briefing early," Haberman tweeted. "Sanders notes it from podium. He calls back, 'If it was on camera, I might not be.' Ooohs."
Haberman wasn't the only reporter at the briefing who took notice.
BuzzFeed News' correspondent Adrian Carrasquillo tweeted that Sanders cited Roberts "boredom" as the reason for his early exit.
Check out some of the other responses below.
When you lose @johnrobertsFox, you've lost America. https://t.co/zGkiQOJOw6— Ed O'Keefe (@Ed O'Keefe) 1500404219.0
To all who are musing over me leaving the @SHSanders45 Briefing...I have a live shot. Had the brief been on camera, it would 1/2— John Roberts (@John Roberts) 1500404308.0
Would have been on TV, not me. I would have waited until it was over.— John Roberts (@John Roberts) 1500404338.0
@maggieNYT @johnrobertsFox Finally a journalist with a spine. Kudos to @johnrobertsFox.— Spin Doctor (@Spin Doctor) 1500404150.0
As @johnrobertsFox exits early, Sarah Sanders jokes he must be bored with WH briefing. His reply: "If it were on camera, I might not be."— Chris Johnson (@Chris Johnson) 1500404136.0