White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday House Democrats are trying to "beat down" the president and his administration with a slew of investigations.
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
Hillary Clinton's refusal to "close the door" on a 2020 presidential run is a positive for President Trump and the Republican Party, according to Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's chief of staff could face legal jeopardy for apparently violating campaign finances law, according to Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Pete Hegseth had a strong response after outspoken freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar said President Trump's impeachment is "inevitable."
Jesse Watters said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's reported warning to her moderate colleagues could signal a looming "catastrophe" for the Democratic Party.
Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee "dropped the ball" on defending President Trump during Michael Cohen's public testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday, according to Chris Christie.
A former abortionist who claimed to have conducted more than 1,200 abortions over several years spoke out about what made him decide to stop performing the grisly operations.
Former CBS News foreign correspondent Lara Logan says political bias in the press is destroying Americans' faith in journalism.
Trump administration official Lynne Patton defended her presence at Michael Cohen's public hearing before House Oversight Committee on Wednesday after a Democratic lawmaker called her a "prop."
Following Michael Cohen's public testimony before Congress, Judge Andrew Napolitano said President Trump's former attorney alleged no impeachable offenses, but he did give Democrats a "treasure trove of stuff" with which to torment the president.
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, said she doesn't understand why Michael Cohen's public testimony on Capitol Hill is getting as much coverage as Trump's historic efforts at denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.
One of the negotiators who worked to secure Otto Warmbier's release from prison in North Korea broke down the keys to President Trump's second meeting with Kim Jong Un.