White House physician Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson said President Donald Trump is "very healthy," but added that he and the president conferred about the New Yorker possibly losing some weight.
John Roberts is the chief White House correspondent at Fox News Channel (FNC), based in Washington, D.C.
Robert reported extensively on the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump, including on "Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace."
Roberts joined FNC as a senior national correspondent in January 2011, based in the Atlanta bureau.
Roberts previously secured an exclusive interview with embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford surrounding allegations of his drinking and drug use, and he also reported live from Moore, OK in the wake of the deadly EF5 tornado. While at FNC, he has provided live coverage during numerous breaking news and political events, including the 2012 presidential debates, the Democratic and Republican national conventions and Hurricane Irene.
Prior to joining FNC, Roberts co-anchored CNN's American Morning from 2007 to 2010. Previously, he served as CNN's senior national correspondent and anchor of This Week at War, examining international wars, including those in Afghanistan and Iraq. Throughout his career, he has traveled internationally to report on major developing news, including Yugoslavia during the NATO bombing, the London bombings of July 2005 and earthquakes in Turkey. Additionally, he has interviewed numerous prominent figures, including former presidents George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, former vice president Al Gore, the late Yitzhak Rabin and Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.
Before joining CNN in 2006, he spent more than 14 years with CBS News, during which he was the chief White House correspondent, chief medical correspondent and anchor of the weekend editions of the CBS Evening News and CBS Morning News. While there, he was embedded with the U.S. Marines during the war in Iraq and anchored the CBS Evening News coverage of Hurricane Katrina and the death of Pope John Paul II. From 1994-1995, Roberts anchored the evening news on WCBS-TV (CBS 2) in New York. He began his career in Canada, where he worked as an anchor and correspondent for City TV in Toronto and also co-anchored CTV's morning news program, Canada A.M. from 1990-1992.
Over the course of his career, Roberts has been a recipient of several awards, including an Emmy, a New York Press Club award and three national Emmy Awards for his coverage of the Atlanta Olympic bombing, the death of Princess Diana and the TWA crash. Roberts also earned a National Headline Award for his coverage of the crisis along the Israeli-Lebanese border in 2006. He graduated from the University of Toronto at Mississauga.
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Fox News senior White House correspondent John Roberts questioned President Trump this afternoon on the status of his efforts to replace ObamaCare.
Venezuela's foreign minister apparently thought he was insulting President Trump by comparing his United Nations speech to that of the late Ronald Wilson Reagan.
Senate Democrats pulled a stunt making fun of Republicans where they filmed themselves signing fake RSVP cards saying they will attend the Republicans "secret healthcare bill meeting."
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that violent political rhetoric is "self-fulfilling, self-producing and self-rejuvenating."
Charles Krauthammer said that the shooting at a congressional baseball practice earlier this week, which left House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and several others injured, is tangible evidence of how angry and partisan our political rhetoric has grown.
During a speech at Jerusalem's Israel Museum, President Donald Trump vowed to stand up to Iran and prevent the country from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Fox News Chief White House correspondent John Roberts asked whether President Trump intended to send a message to his critics today by meeting with former former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders pinch-hit for Sean Spicer at today's White House briefing, answering questions about the ObamaCare replacement bill that passed in the House yesterday.
Two White House officials helped provide intelligence documents to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA), The New York Times reported on Thursday.
On Monday evening, President Trump called for the House Intelligence Committee to investigate an agreement that allowed stakes in a uranium company with U.S. holdings to be sold to Russia.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Thursday warned House Republicans that their bill to replace ObamaCare won't pass in the Republican-controlled Senate in its current state.