Geraldo Rivera said Friday morning on "Fox & Friends" that a "battered, tainted and smeared" Brett Kavanaugh will likely be confirmed to the Supreme Court in the next few days.
Geraldo Rivera currently serves as a roaming correspondent-at-large for Fox News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 2001 as a war correspondent.
Rivera began his career as a reporter for WABC-TV in New York where he presented a series exposing the deplorable conditions at the Willowbrook State School for the mentally ill. These award-winning reports led to a government investigation and the institution was eventually shut down.
Before becoming a member of the original cast of ABC's Good Morning America, Rivera presented the first television broadcast of the infamous Abraham Zapruder film of the assassination of President John Kennedy as host of ABC's Good Night America. He also contributed to ABC's 20/20 for eight years as an investigative reporter.
The winner of the 2000 Robert F. Kennedy journalism award (his third) for his NBC News documentary on "Women In Prison," and the Scripps Howard Foundation national journalism award for "Back to Bedlam," Rivera has received more than 170 awards for journalism, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, three national and seven local Emmys, two Columbia-Dupont and two additional Scripps Howard Journalism Awards.
Rivera is a graduate of the University of Arizona and Brooklyn Law School and is the author of seven books.
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The panel on The Five reacted Friday to the call for an FBI investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Geraldo Rivera said President Trump should've told reality star and former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman "you're fired" much earlier than her eventual departure.
Jesse Watters said that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez "added insult to injury" in declaring that America's upper middle class "doesn't exist anymore" as her wing of the Democratic Party took a hit in Tuesday's primaries.
Fox News at-large correspondent Geraldo Rivera warned Friday that President Trump's former counsel Michael Cohen could "represent a significant legal threat to the president."
Geraldo Rivera said criticism of President Donald Trump's summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin has been "absolutely overblown" because there's such a deep anti-Trump sentiment in the mainstream media.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to President Donald Trump's White House meeting with North Korean official Kim Yong Chol.
The panel on The Five reacted to comedian Samantha Bee's vile remarks directed at First Daughter Ivanka Trump.
The panel on The Five reacted to MSNBC host Chris Matthews saying that all Republicans are "programmed a certain way."
Conservative activist Candace Owens reacted to the ongoing news brought about by rapper Kanye West's support for President Trump's penchant to express his free thoughts.
Geraldo Rivera said Friday it's "ironic" how former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe could be one of the few people to be indicted.
As speculation grows that President Trump could fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Geraldo Rivera is cautioning the president against the move.