Ben Shapiro had some strong criticism for Sen. Kamala Harris after the California Democrat blamed President Trump's "anti-immigrant agenda" for a decrease in illegal immigrants seeking college financial aid in her state.
Brian Kilmeade currently serves as co-host of Fox News Channel's FOX & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET). Additionally, he serves as host of Kilmeade and Friends, (weekdays 9AM-12PM/ET) a nationally syndicated three-hour radio show on Fox News Radio. Kilmeade joined the network as a sports reporter in 1997.
Every weekday morning, Kilmeade provides viewers with the latest on the current headlines in news, sports, politics and entertainment. During his tenure at FNC, he has interviewed newsmakers in politics as well as celebrities and athletes, including former President George W. Bush, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, supermodel Miranda Kerr, television personality Simon Cowell, New Orleans Saints' quarterback Drew Brees and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. During his tenure, he has also provided live coverage and analysis on major national and international events.
Prior to joining FNC, Kilmeade was a freelance reporter and anchor for NEWSPORT TV, where he anchored Scoreboard Central. He also served as a sports anchor and director at the independent station WLIG-TV in New York, an anchor/host for KHSL-TV (CBS 12) in Ontario, CA and a radio host on The Jim Brown Show on XTRA-AM, an all-sports radio network.
Kilmeade began his career as a correspondent on Channel One, a daily national high school television news program.
Kilmeade is the author of several books, including New York Times bestseller "The Games Do Count: America's Best and Brightest on the Power of Sports" and "It's How You Play the Game: The Powerful Sports Moments that Taught Lasting Values to Americas Finest."
He received a B.A. from Long Island University.
Stories from Brian Kilmeade
During an exclusive "Fox & Friends" interview that aired Monday, Vice President Mike Pence addressed the fallout after “The View” co-hosts mocked his Christian faith.
Sen. Ted Cruz expressed his stiff opposition to a White House proposal to grant a path to citizenship to 1.8 million so-called Dreamers.
Steve Hilton said establishment Democrats have been "dead wrong" on the economy, and Republicans can use that to their advantage in the midterm elections.
Senator Tom Cotton said his bill is the "best and final offer" on the subject and the only legislation that President Donald Trump will sign into law.
The more we learn about former FBI Director James Comey, the more apparent it is that he was "in the tank" for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, according to Newt Gingrich.
President Trump on Tuesday is meeting with sheriffs from across the country to discuss crucial issues like border security, the opioid epidemic and the targeting of law enforcement officers.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder told reporters on Wednesday that he hasn't ruled out a run for political office.
In newly-released text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, residents of Loudoun County, Virginia, are branded as "ignorant hillbillies."
Dr. Jordan Peterson said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's "personkind" remark shows he can only think in ideological terms.
As thousands of Britons demonstrated in the streets of London in protest of a cash-strapped National Health Service, Nigel Farage discussed the protests' warning for America.
Did college students give President Trump's State of the Union address a fair chance?