Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to a New York Times report alleging that President Trump called then-Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker and asked him to install a new prosecutor on the case involving alleged hush payments to women during the 2016 election.
Shepard Smith currently serves as the chief news anchor and managing editor for the network's breaking news division. Additionally, he is the anchor of Shepard Smith Reporting (weekdays 3-4PM/ET). Smith's highly relatable reporting has been a trademark on FOX News Channel (FNC) since he joined the network at its inception in 1996.
Smith has covered virtually every major news story over the course of his career and has played a major role in the network's innovation of the way news is presented. On Shepard Smith Reporting, state-of-the-art newsgathering is enhanced with advanced technologies as well as digital and social media to bring viewers the latest hard news from the newly constructed signature studio known as The FOX News Deck. Additionally, Smith's dedicated team of information specialists interrupt programming as needed at a moment's notice to bring viewers the latest news as it unfolds throughout the afternoon and prime-time lineup.
Early during his career at FNC, Smith held the position of a New York-based general assignment reporter and was then promoted to a senior correspondent.
Prior to joining FNC, Smith was a Los Angeles-based FOX News Edge correspondent, reporting on a wide range of stories for the FOX affiliate news service.
Before this, Smith gained extensive local news experience throughout the state of Florida, reporting for WSVN-TV (FOX) in Miami, the former WCPX-TV (CBS) in Orlando, WBBH-TV (NBC) in Fort Myers, and WJHG-TV (NBC) in Panama City, where he began his television career.
He attended the University of Mississippi and is a native of Holly Springs, MS.
Stories from Shepard Smith
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff of California said that "people have suffered enough" because of President Trump and that a real leader would re-open the part of the government that has been shuttered since December.
A furloughed Department of Housing & Urban Development employee in Texas spoke to Shepard Smith about the hardships she has faced as the nearly 30-day partial government shutdown continues.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham criticized both President Trump and Speaker Pelosi after the president postponed an official trip by a Democratic congressional delegation.
In breaking news out of London, United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May "got a shellacking" from the Parliament on Tuesday when her "Brexit deal" vote failed by a historic margin.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted President Donald Trump after he walked out of a Situation Room meeting between Republican and Democratic leaders.
Sen. Bob Menendez said at a Tuesday press conference with other New Jersey Democrats that President Trump's scheduled televised address on national security should require a "warning to viewers."
The brother of a U.S. Marine veteran who was arrested Russia on accusations of espionage said Monday that his sibling exhibited no signs of being a spy.
Fox News national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin said President Trump's announcement that U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Syria was the "final straw" for Defense Secretary James Mattis, according to sources.
President Trump spoke out in support of a border wall during a ceremony celebrating the passage of the 2018 farm bill.
Former prosecutor Bob Bianchi said Tuesday that Judge Emmet Sullivan can sentence Gen. Michael Flynn [Ret.] to more than the expected probationary punishment he is considering after the war hero pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday that President Trump should take Michael Cohen's prison sentencing "with great gravity."