An "angel mom" blasted Democrats for their stance on border security after a California police officer was fatally shot by an alleged illegal immigrant with ties to a street gang.
Rachel Campos-Duffy serves as a contributor for Fox News Channel (FNC) and is the host of "Moms" on Fox Nation.
In this role, Campos-Duffy offers political analysis across the network's daytime and primetime programming.
Campos-Duffy is currently the national spokesperson for The LIBRE Initiative, an organization which provides aid and promotes growth within the Latino community. In addition, she is the author of "Stay Home, Stay Happy: 10 Secrets to Loving At-home Motherhood."
Prior to joining FNC, Campos-Duffy was a part of MTV's iconic reality television show, "The Real World." She also was a recurring guest host for ABC's "The View" and NBC's "The Today Show."
Campos-Duffy graduated from Arizona State University's Honors Program with a degree in Finance. In addition, she earned a Master's degree from the University of California in International Affairs with an emphasis on Economic Development in Latin America.
Stories from Rachel Campos-Duffy
A Florida Republican state representative is proposing a bill that would prohibit the removal of Confederate monuments on public property.
Rachel Campos-Duffy weighed in Friday on a legal immigrant police officer being fatally shot in California by a gang-linked illegal immigrant.
Tyrus weighed in Friday on "Outnumbered" on a new AP piece that lays out how President Trump has "changed Washington" and "defied convention" in his first two years in office.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) and his wife, Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy, implored President Trump Wednesday to "keep fighting" for his border wall as the partial government shutdown entered its fifth day.
A homeowner in Idaho recently won a four-year battle with his town's homeowners association (HOA) over the Christmas lights he displayed on his home.
Retired Brigadier Gen. Anthony Tata said he believes President Trump made the right call to deploy U.S. troops to the Mexican border.
University of Maryland professor Jason Nichols said Sunday that if students skip class to take part in political protests, they should be ready to accept the consequences of an absence.
The acting deputy commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said Sunday that the agency's work with the Mexican government is critical in resolving the ongoing issues at the border.
Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka slammed German Chancellor Angela Merkel's remarks on worldwide migration that appeared to be a veiled swipe at President Donald Trump.
A proposal in one Maryland school district would reportedly allow students to skip class up to three times a year to take part in political protests.
The director of field operations for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in San Diego, said Saturday that the city is "preparing for the worst" as the migrant caravan moves through Tijuana, Mexico.