Jason Chaffetz slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for urging President Trump to delay his planned State of the Union address amid the partial government shutdown.
Ainsley Earhardt is the co-host of "Fox & Friends" (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) alongside Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. She joined the network in 2007 and is based in New York.
Currently on track to have its highest-rated year in history, "Fox & Friends" provides viewers with the latest on the daily headlines across news, sports, politics and entertainment. As co-host, Earhardt recently sat-down for exclusive interviews with President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and Vice President Mike Pence.
Earhardt previously served as co-host of FNC’s early morning wake-up program, "Fox & Friends First" (5-6AM/ET), from 2013 until joining "Fox & Friends" as co-host in 2016.
Prior to joining "Fox & Friends First," she worked as a reporter for FNC, where she covered many high-profile news stories, including the arrest of kidnapper Ariel Castro in Cleveland, the fatal 2013 EF5 tornado in Moore, Okla., the death of actor James Gandolfini, the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the 8.0-magnitude earthquake in China.
She also provided live coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to New York City, the shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. and the Fort Hood, Texas military base massacre. She also reported on the Veterans Affairs hospital investigation in Phoenix and the murder investigation involving Aaron Hernandez.
Before joining FNC, she served as an anchor for KENS-TV (CBS 5) in San Antonio, Texas and WLTX-TV (CBS 19) in Columbia, S.C., where she was named “Best Personality of the Year” in Columbia Metropolitan Magazine.
Earhardt graduated from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in journalism.
Stories from Ainsley Earhardt
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is offering to school her fellow House Democrats on how to use social media.
Comedian and sitcom writer Michael Loftus said that high-profile Democrats appear on late-night television shows to make campaign announcements because they know they will be asked "softball" questions.
Fox Nation host David Webb joined "Fox & Friends" Wednesday morning after one of his radio segments went viral when a CNN legal analyst mistakenly accused him of showing "white privilege."
Just days before this year's Women's March, the organization's co-founder is under fire for her support for Louis Farrakhan.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson said Tuesday on Fox & Friends that a new Gillette ad targeting toxic masculinity could lead to positive change.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that the "sole issue" in William Barr's confirmation hearing for attorney general Tuesday will be Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) said she "wouldn't oppose" non-citizens voting in local elections.
Michelle Malkin said the optics are bad for Democrats after about 30 lawmakers traveled to Puerto Rico -- with their families and lobbyists -- for a winter retreat.
An Ohio firefighter saved an American flag from a Vietnam veteran's burning home, telling "Fox & Friends" Monday that he could not bear to watch Old Glory be incinerated.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for refusing to acknowledged the crisis at the southern border.
A high school soccer referee started a Facebook page to shine a light on what he calls "deplorable" behavior by parents at their children's sporting events.