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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
Michelle Malkin called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the Republican Party for "caving" to Democrats on border security funding.
Rowan Breyts was given less than a one percent chance of survival when he was born prematurely and with an aggressive infectious disease that attacked his intestines.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren urged President Trump to hold firm on his demand for funding for border security and his long-promised wall.
On his radio show Tuesday, Rush Limbaugh said if President Trump backs down on his demand for $5 billion in border security funding, it shows that Democrats can get "pretty much what they want" by threatening to shut down the government.
The programming director of a Kentucky radio station is standing by the decision to play "Baby, It's Cold Outside" on repeat during a two-hour marathon on Sunday.
A movie set for release next year tells the powerful story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director who quit and became a pro-life activist.
Stephanie Grisham, press secretary and communication director for Melania Trump, called out what she sees as unfair media coverage of the first lady.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said it's "outrageous" for two immigrants' rights groups to demand that migrants gathered at the border either be allowed to enter the U.S. or be given $50,000 to return home.
A California farmer who was hit with a million-dollar fine for plowing a wheat field on his own land is supporting President Trump's plan to roll back Obama-era rules designed to protect wetlands and other small bodies of water.
Nationally syndicated radio host Dana Loesch joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts Thursday to call out big tech companies' anti-conservative bias.
Newt Gingrich called for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to release the tape of his team's extensive interviews with Michael Cohen.