As President Obama prepares to deliver a major primetime address on combating ISIS, a new poll pegs his approval rating at just 40%. In an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll of 1,000 registered voters, 54 percent said they disapprove of the president's job performance.
Chris Stirewalt joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in July of 2010 and serves as digital politics editor based in Washington, D.C.
Stirewalt provides expert analysis during Fox News coverage of presidential and other political campaigns.
Prior to joining FNC, Stirewalt served as political editor for The Washington Examiner where he wrote a twice-weekly column and led political coverage for the newspaper.
He also served as politics editor at the Charleston Daily Mail and West Virginia Media. Stirewalt began his career at the Wheeling Intelligencer in West Virginia.
He is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia.
Stories from Chris Stirewalt
President Obama spoke Wednesday morning from Estonia following the beheading of a second American journalist by ISIS terrorists. Obama promised there would be "justice" for the "barbaric" murder by ISIS, then struck a strong tone on possible action against ISIS.
British Prime Minister spoke this morning right after the country raised its terror threat level to "severe."
This afternoon, President Barack Obama admitted that he has “no strategy” for dealing with ISIS. This weekend, he will head off to another series of fundraisers.
The federal government is spending close to $1 million of your money on an online tracking program that will search for so-called “hate speech” or “misinformation” on Twitter.
Megyn Kelly and Chris Stirewalt tonight discussed Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s call for “vigorous prosecution” in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
House investigators say Lois Lerner’s hard drive was “scratched” and not irreparably damaged.
Tonight on “The Kelly File,” Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt discussed President Barack Obama’s reaction to the Flight MH17 crash, compared to former President Ronald Reagan’s response back in 1983 when Korean Airlines Flight 007 was shot down by Soviet Union fighters.
Amid the IRS scandal, the VA mismanagement, and other D.C. scandals, President Obama declared Thursday that government is not the problem. At a town hall in Minnesota, Obama admitted screw-ups and "bone-headed" actions within the federal government.
John Roberts brought us the latest this morning on the contentious Republican primary battle in Mississippi, which may not yet be over. Six-term Sen. Thad Cochran was declared the victor over Tea Party-backed challenger Chris McDaniel by only about 7,000 votes.
The North Carolina House speaker Thom Tillis won the state's Republican Senate primary today.