Anthony Scaramucci took on Fox & Friends hosts Ed Henry, Pete Hegseth and Jedediah Bila Sunday in a "Green New Deal" edition of Fox Nation's "The Quiz Show."
Ed Henry currently serves as FOX News Channel’s (FNC) chief national correspondent. He joined the network in June 2011.
Throughout his tenure at FNC, Henry has covered all major news stories involving President Obama and his administrationwhile holding the position as FNC’s chief White House correspondent.Recently, he reported on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton while covering the campaign trail during the 2016 presidential election.
Previously, Henry covered the 2013 government shutdown and the National Security Administration (NSA) leaks involving the former NSA government contractor Edward Snowden and the NSA’s wide-ranging surveillance activities, the 2012 presidential election where he was on thecampaign trail with President Barack Obama and the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th, 2012. Additionally, he interviewed former President Bill Clinton on Nelson Mandela's legacy after his death in 2013 and Israeli PresidentShimon Peres about Iran's nuclear program. In addition to his role as chief White House Correspondent, Henry represents FNC in the White House press corps and also served as president of the White House Correspondents' Association from 2012-2013.
Prior to joining FNC, Henry was at CNN from 2004-2011 where he served as the network’s senior White House correspondent and a congressional correspondent. Additionally, he began his career working as a Senate correspondent at Roll Call for Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jack Anderson and later became a senior editor there. Henry also served as the chief political analyst for WMAL-AM (ABC) and a contributing editor at Washingtonian Magazine. Previously, he was a political analyst at C-SPAN and WUSA-TV (CBS 9).
The recipient of numerous journalism honors, including the Everett McKinley Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress and the White House Correspondents Association's Merriman Smith Award for excellence in presidential coverage under deadline in 2008.
Henry graduated from Sienna College with a B.A. in English.
Stories from Ed Henry
The independent student newspaper at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, published an op-ed in which the student author slammed conservative ideas, saying they "are not equal to liberal and left ideas."
Democratic Rep. Nydia Velázquez responded to a conservative student's tweet about last week's State of the Union address by saying "you're right to be afraid of us."
Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce said Sunday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren showed a "very strange disconnect" by declaring her candidacy for president in a sanctuary city.
Pollster and former Hillary Clinton adviser Mark Penn said Saturday that he believes Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's "Green New Deal" would ruin the country.
Fox Nation host David Webb said Saturday that if the three embattled political leaders of Virginia were Republicans, an entirely different standard would exist.
Syndicated columnist and author Michelle Malkin said Sunday that embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's press conference about a racist photo featured in his 1984 medical school year book resembled a slow-motion political meltdown.
Media analyst Joe Concha said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that he'd be surprised if Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam still held his office before the day was through.
A Republican Virginia delegate said Saturday that the state's governor, Ralph Northam, should resign amid the controversy surrounding a racist yearbook photo of him.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted to her fellow New Jerseyan, Sen. Cory Booker, announcing a run for president in the 2020 Democratic primary.
Ed Henry pressed Democratic Rep. David Price Sunday on whether he believes a border wall would be effective in stopping illegal immigration.
Fox News contributor and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee weighed in Sunday on the large field of Democrats hoping to challenge President Trump in 2020.