Rep. Adam Schiff said he believes there is still “significant evidence of collusion” linking the Russian government with President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller's reported findings to the contrary.
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
Alan Dershowitz said Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report is reminiscent of former FBI Director James Comey public comments on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
An Ohio middle-school student spoke out Thursday on "Fox & Friends" after he was suspended from school for making a battlefield cross replica as part of a history project.
Mark Steyn said Thursday that presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's (D-N.Y.) pitch to allow illegal immigrants to receive social security is a way of abolishing citizenship.
Political theorist and economist Thomas Sowell said Thursday on "Fox & Friends" that young people no longer "look at facts" or are not properly taught by today's public education system.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Democrats are suggesting radical proposals like lowering the voting age to 16 because they believe they have to change the rules to win elections.
Fox News contributor Dan Bongino blasted Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation as a "witch hunt," and he said the American people are ready for it finally to come to a close.
On "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to Rep. Devin Nunes suing Twitter for allegedly “shadow banning conservatives,” saying that even if that censorship took place, "it's not illegal."
On "Fox & Friends" Monday morning, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway described the state of the Democratic Party heading into the 2020 election as a "hot mess."
Alan Dershowitz called out Rep. Rashida Tlaib for how the Michigan congresswoman defended her colleague Rep. Ilhan Omar from backlash within their own party.
Dana Loesch spoke out against sanctuary policies after an illegal immigrant was arrested in the stabbing death of a California woman.
Newt Gingrich shared his thoughts on the Democratic 2020 presidential field after three-term Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) officially announced a White House bid.