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Fox News anchor Bret Baier woke up on Election Day sure that the vote would be tighter than expected — a twist Baier attributes to the “anger about Washington.”
“I knew that there was something that we and the polls were not tracking,” Baier said.
A Golf article on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which begins today and continues through February 11, notes that Bret Baier is one of the celebrity participants. “The Fox anchor captained his college golf team at DePauw University in Indiana, and says he still maintains a 5 handicap,” writes Jessica Marksbury.
At a network largely defined in the public consciousness by Tucker Carlson berating campus activists and Sean Hannity stumping for Donald Trump, Bret Baier is something of an anomaly. His nightly newscast, Special Report, is probably the closest Fox News has ever come to achieving the “fair and balanced” standard set by its original slogan.
FOX News Channel Continues to Top Cable News Landscape in Both Total Day and Primetime for 65 Consecutive Quarters
FOX News Channel (FNC) continuing its dominance, marked 65 consecutive quarters as the highest-rated cable news channel in both total day and primetime with P2+, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Bret Baier serves as host of “Special Report,” the 6 p.m. flagship news program of Fox News. After Baier leaves the air, strange things happen on the sets of Fox News. Wild allegations, poorly sourced garbage, straight-up advocacy for people such as President Trump.
After White House chief of staff John Kelly pressured President Trump last fall to install his top deputy, Kirstjen Nielsen, atop the Department of Homeland Security, the president lost his temper when conservative allies argued she wasn’t sufficiently hardline on immigration. ‘‘You didn’t tell me she was a [expletive] George W. Bush person,’’ Trump growled.
Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier will share new book on President Reagan and the fall of the Soviet Union
WASHINGTON, April 3, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bret Baier, Chief Political Anchor for Fox News Channel and the Anchor and Executive Editor of Special Report with Bret Baier, will share his latest book "Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the...
It wasn’t enough for guests to simply walk the red carpet last Friday night. They had to rock the red carpet at the entrance to Union Station, as they made their way inside for the 12th annual Children’s Ball, the prominent black-tie fundraiser benefitting Children’s National Foundation.
Before he got his own show on Fox News and became the network’s chief political anchor, Bret Baier did double duty as a local television journalist and a bartender/delivery guy at an Applebee’s in South Carolina.
The National Press Foundation has selected Fox News anchor Bret Baier as the 2017 honoree of the Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.