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In keeping with tradition, Fox News anchor Bret Baier will try to get a good night’s sleep and then start the day Tuesday with a vigorous run in New York’s Central Park, followed by a stop at St. Patrick’s Cathedral before reporting to Fox News headquarters on Sixth Avenue for what promises to be a long night of elections coverage.
The event’s unofficial theme was the same as Baier’s show: “Fair, balanced, and unafraid.”
Fox News’ Bret Baier doesn’t mind being the golf nerd who quizzed the Dalai Lama about being a ‘big hitter’
Bret Baier, in his decade as anchor of Fox News’ “Special Report“ and the network’s chief political anchor, has interviewed many big hitters—presidents and prime ministers, kings and kingmakers—but likely none that resonated as memorably his interview with the big hitter from Tibet.
On a June day in 2016, Baier, a self-described golf nerd and an avid and skilled player, was told by his producer of the possibility of an interview with the Dalai Lama.
For decades, the standard decree for journalists has been to be a conduit for news, not to be the news.
In this day of social media and “brand management,” that isn’t necessarily the case anymore.
But former Dunwoody resident Bret Baier is more Walter Cronkite than Don Lemon. He has anchored the 6 p.m. newscast for Fox News for a decade and is celebrating 20-plus years at the cable network. (He opened the Atlanta news bureau in his Buckhead condo with a fax machine and a new-fangled cellular phone in 1998.)
It was truly a rapper’s delight at Bret Baier‘s Special Report Christmas party on Thursday night in Washington, D.C.
Hip-hop group The Sugarhill Gang was on hand at The Dubliner to help the Fox News anchor celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, along with his 10-year anniversary as anchor of Special Report. Baier, 48, even decided to get on stage when Michael “Wonder Mike” Wright and Guy “Master Gee” O’Brien broke into their 1979 hit single “Rapper’s Delight” — and the chief political anchor knew every word.
“Bret continues to be the gold standard, not only across FNC, but the entire news industry,” Fox News president Jay Wallace said.
Fox News has agreed on a new, multiyear contract with Special Report anchor Bret Baier, one of the network’s most important news-side personalities.
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By confronting the Soviet Union with military and technological competition it could not match, Ronald Reagan forced the Kremlin to adopt reforms that were fatal to the regime and won the Cold War without firing a shot.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier has been publicly pleading since at least last August for President Trump to grant him an interview. In early September, he expressed confidence to The Hollywood Reporter that the interview, which was in the scheduling process, would happen.