The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee said he is also upset with fired FBI Director James Comey, but for a different reason than the Trump administration, following the release of the IG report.
Shepard Smith currently serves as the chief news anchor and managing editor for the network's breaking news division. Additionally, he is the anchor of Shepard Smith Reporting (weekdays 3-4PM/ET). Smith's highly relatable reporting has been a trademark on FOX News Channel (FNC) since he joined the network at its inception in 1996.
Smith has covered virtually every major news story over the course of his career and has played a major role in the network's innovation of the way news is presented. On Shepard Smith Reporting, state-of-the-art newsgathering is enhanced with advanced technologies as well as digital and social media to bring viewers the latest hard news from the newly constructed signature studio known as The FOX News Deck. Additionally, Smith's dedicated team of information specialists interrupt programming as needed at a moment's notice to bring viewers the latest news as it unfolds throughout the afternoon and prime-time lineup.
Early during his career at FNC, Smith held the position of a New York-based general assignment reporter and was then promoted to a senior correspondent.
Prior to joining FNC, Smith was a Los Angeles-based FOX News Edge correspondent, reporting on a wide range of stories for the FOX affiliate news service.
Before this, Smith gained extensive local news experience throughout the state of Florida, reporting for WSVN-TV (FOX) in Miami, the former WCPX-TV (CBS) in Orlando, WBBH-TV (NBC) in Fort Myers, and WJHG-TV (NBC) in Panama City, where he began his television career.
He attended the University of Mississippi and is a native of Holly Springs, MS.
Stories from Shepard Smith
A young man joined the adults in the White House's James Brady Memorial Briefing Room to ask Press Secretary Sarah Sanders a question on school safety.
Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump for effectively "turning our back on America's closest allies" by removing the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly called the Iran nuclear deal.
Shepard Smith highlighted a curious statement by President Trump's new attorney Rudy Giuliani, in which he raised the prospect of Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigating Ivanka Trump.
Bill Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault by a jury of his peers on Thursday.
An eyewitness described a "nightmare" scene Monday after a van drove into a crowd in Toronto, injuring multiple people.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox fired back at President Donald Trump for challenging America's southern neighbor to intervene after news that a "caravan" of Honduran nationals is transiting through the country toward the U.S.
Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Michael O'Hanlon said Tuesday that the expulsion of 60 Russia diplomats from the United States solely won't help the country's larger issues with the Kremlin.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said President Trump is taking a "middle road" on Russia with his administration’s new sanctions.
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) joined Shepard Smith Thursday afternoon to react to a bridge collapse on a major Miami highway that reportedly left at least several people dead and multiple vehicles trapped underneath the sprawling wreckage.
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley ripped the Russian government for allegedly carrying out an assassination attempt on a political enemy on British soil.
President Donald Trump and members of U.S. Customs and Border Protection viewed prototypes of the Mexican border wall in San Diego Tuesday.