Rep. Devin Nunes on Monday filed a $150 million defamation lawsuit against The McClatchy Company and others, alleging that one of the news agency's reporters conspired with a political operative to derail Nunes' investigations into the Hillary Clinton campaign and Russian election interference.
Brian Kilmeade is the co-host of Fox News Channel's (FNC) Fox & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) alongside Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt.
Additionally, he serves as host of The Brian Kilmeade Show, (weekdays 9AM-12PM/ET) a nationally syndicated three-hour radio program on FOX News Radio.
Kilmeade joined the network as a sports reporter in 1997 and also hosts a history-based program, "What Made America Great," on the Fox Nation streaming service.
Every weekday morning, "Fox & Friends" provides viewers with the latest on the current headlines in news,politics and entertainment.
During his tenure at FNC, he has interviewed newsmakers in politics as well as celebrities and athletes, including former President George W. Bush, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, supermodel Miranda Kerr, television personality Simon Cowell, New Orleans Saints’ quarterback Drew Breesand former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. Kilmeade has also provided live coverage and analysis on major national and international events.
Prior to joining FNC, Kilmeade was a freelance reporter and anchor for NEWSPORT TV where he anchored ScoreboardCentral. He also served as a sports anchor and director at the independent station WLIG-TV in New York, an anchor/host for KHSL-TV (CBS 12) in Ontario, CA and a radio host on The Jim Brown Show on XTRA-AM, an all-sports radio network. Kilmeade began his career as a correspondent on Channel One, a daily national high school television news program.
Kilmeade is the author of several books, “Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans:The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny” and New York Times bestseller’s“The Games Do Count: America's Best and Brightest on the Power of Sports,” “It's How You Play the Game: The Powerful Sports Moments that Taught Lasting Values to Americas Finest”and “George Washington’s Secret Six.”
He received a B.A.in Communications from Long Island University.
Stories from Brian Kilmeade
Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez on Monday called out the "cowards" in the Republican Party who don't "stand up" to President Trump.
Amid Democrats' push to subpoena the unredacted Mueller report, Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explained why Attorney General Bill Barr cannot disclose every single detail.
Following President Trump's threats to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, Sen. Marsha Blackburn praised his efforts to address the border crisis, and she urged her Democratic colleagues to do the same.
Country music star John Rich made a surprise call to "Fox & Friends" Friday morning!
President Trump on Thursday morning tweeted that the FBI and Justice Department will review the "outrageous" Jussie Smollett case.
Judge Alex Ferrer said it's "outrageous" that charges have been dropped against Jussie Smollett in the "Empire" actor's alleged hate crime hoax case.
Following the release of stunning new numbers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren slammed Democrats for refusing to address the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Guy Benson said some in the media are nowhere near giving up their Russia "obsession," despite the fact that Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.
Sarah Sanders shared on Twitter an NCAA Tournament-style bracket of pundits, reporters and celebrities who ended up missing the mark on the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.
Dan Bongino had a message for the mainstream media after Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly found no evidence of a Trump-Russia conspiracy: "You got worked, there is no collusion."
Reps. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said President Trump and his supporters have been "completely vindicated" after Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly found no evidence of a Trump-Russia conspiracy.