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Rachel Campos-Duffy To Co-Host &#;Fox &#; Friends&#; Weekend After Jedediah Bila Exit

Rachel Campos-Duffy has been tapped to co-host Fox & Friends Weekend, the announcement coming days after Fox News Channel confirmed that it was parting ways with Jedediah Bila.

Campos-Duffy will debut June 12 alongside co-hosts Pete Hegseth and Will Cain.

The network also said Monday that Lawrence Jones would take on a new position as an enterprise reporter on the Fox & Friends franchise, and will continue to fill in as a co-host of the show&#;s weekday and weekend editions.

Campos-Duffy will be the only Hispanic woman to host a cable news morning program. The mother of nine children, she will continue to host Moms on Fox Nation, and will begin to host a podcast, From the Kitchen Table &#; the Duffy&#;s, this Friday for Fox News Audio with her husband, former Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI). The episodes will be available weekly starting June 5.

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Jedediah Bila, Fox News &#;Fox & Friends Weekend&#; Co-Host, Parting Ways From Network

Campos-Duffy joined Fox News as a contributor in and has been a regular guest host on Fox & Friends, a panelist on Outnumbered and a rotating host on Fox News Primetime at 7 p.m. ET. She was a cast member of The Real World: San Francisco (Sean Duffy was on The Real World: Boston).

Bila had been an occasional critic of Trump. She tweeted support of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) after she was ousted from her GOP leadership position in the House, calling the action &#;completely unhinged.&#; She also chided Donald Trump last year for his criticism of Chris Wallace, the host of Fox News Sunday. In January, after the Capitol insurrection, she wrote on Twitter that Trump lied to his supporters about election fraud.

By contrast, Campos-Duffy has been a steadfast supporter of Trump, retweeting one of the former president&#;s statements on March 10 with the message, &#;This statement is one of the reasons I miss President Trump. After four years, he refused to turn into a politician and always told us exactly what he was thinking. It’s still refreshing to me.&#;

In mid-December, after the network aired an interview with Trump as he pursued claims of election fraud, Campos-Duffy said, &#;I just feel for the president. I see the pain and the frustration. You do everything you are supposed to do. You run the country well. You campaign your heart out while the other guy is in the basement. And in the end, fraud and shenanigans at the local level, you&#;re robbed. And we&#;ve all been robbed. When elections don&#;t go well, when there is fraud, where there is these kinds of shenanigans, we all lose.&#;

But Trump&#;s campaign and its allies lost more than 60 election challenges in court, and the then-president&#;s attorney general, William Barr, told the Associated Press in early December that there was no evidence of widespread election fraud.

Jones joined Fox News Media in and is known for his &#;man on the street&#; segments. He hosts Keeping Up with Jones for Fox Nation and will have his third stint hosting Fox News Primetime this week.

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Rachel Campos-Duffy Named &#;Fox &#; Friends&#; Weekend Co-Host

Fox News has tapped contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy as the new co-host for morning showFox & Friends Weekend. Campos-Duffy will make her debut on the program June 12, alongside co-hosts Will Cain and Pete Hegseth. Fox News says she will be the first Hispanic woman to co-host a cable news morning show.

She replaces Jedediah Bila, whose departure from Fox News was announced on Friday.

After getting her start on television via MTV&#;s The Real World: San Francisco, Campos-Duffy began making appearances on programs like ABC&#;s The View and NBC&#;s Today. She joined Fox in as a contributor, where she appeared as a guest host on the morning show, as well as on Outnumbered. She was also one of the guest hosts for the open 7 p.m. time period, and her addition to the morning show suggests that she is out of the running for that program.

Fox also said Monday that Campos-Duffy will co-host a podcast for the channel alongside her husband and fellow Fox contributor Sean Duffy.

Separately, Fox said that Lawrence Jones has been named an enterprise reporter for Fox & Friends and will continue to fill in as a guest host.

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Fox & Friends

For the German film, see Fox and His Friends.

US television program

Fox & Friends is an American conservative daily morning[1][2][3][4][5] news/talk program that airs on Fox News that premiered on February 1, , hosted by Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade.

It begins at &#;a.m. Eastern Time Zone with the latest Fox News Live headlines and news of the morning and continues with a variety of segments including current events, interviews, updates of news stories with correspondents, political analysis from the hosts, and entertainment segments.[6][7]

Fox and Friends is known for being favorable of the Republican Party and President Donald Trump, while expressing dislike for the Democratic Party.


Fox & Friends evolved from Fox X-press, Fox News Channel's original morning news program.

After the September 11 attacks, an additional hour was added to the beginning of the weekday show, but branded as a separate show called Fox & Friends First. It was the first Fox News show to air live for the day, starting at &#;a.m. It was discontinued on July 13, , and replaced with an additional hour of Fox & Friends.[8] The Fox & Friends First title was reintroduced on March 5, , also as a separate show airing one hour before the main three-hour program, but using a separate slate of rotating anchors.[9]


US Secretary of State Mike Pompeoon the set of Fox & Friendsin April

Fox & Friends has been described as being more akin to the Big Three television networks than its cable competitors (particularly CNN's New Day and MSNBC's Morning Joe), with a mix of news, entertainment and lifestyle-oriented segments, and a generally casual presentation. However, as with the morning shows on competing cable news channels, its news content largely concentrates on politics. Currently, Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade co-host the program Monday-Friday. Will Cain, Rachel Campos-Duffy and Pete Hegseth co-host on the weekends.[10][11]

Recurring segments[edit]

  • The 'Summer Concert Series' features a live music concert in the Fox News Plaza each Friday from Memorial Day weekend though Labor Day weekend.[12][13]
  • 'So Sue Me' is a segment in which Peter Johnson, Jr. (an appellate and trial lawyer) offers his perspective on current events with legal implications.[14]


The New York Times has reported the show is one of the most successful on the network.[15] After the arrival of Elisabeth Hasselbeck in September , the show climbed 23 percent in total viewers compared to its average for the third quarter of , and 22 percent in the key 25–54 news demo. For Hasselbeck's first four weeks on the show, Fox & Friends averaged million total viewers, up from the that the show averaged for the third quarter of the year.[16][17]

In February , the program's average ratings increased to around million viewers, fueled by the recent inauguration of Republican candidate Donald Trump as president.[18]

Political stance[edit]

See also: Donald Trump on social media

In , The New York Times wrote that Fox & Friends "has become a powerful platform for some of the most strident attacks on President Obama."[15] The program has provided a platform for Barack Obama religion conspiracy theories and, in May , aired a 4-minute video attacking Obama's record as President.[15] The video was widely criticized as a political attack ad masquerading as journalism;[19][20]Time magazine television critic James Poniewozik wrote: "It's hard to imagine a more over-the-top parody of Fox News raw-meat-hurling, fear-stoking, base-pleasing agitprop."[21] In response, a Fox News executive vice-president 'disavowed' the video, blaming an associate producer and that the video 'slipped by' senior managers at the network.[22] Fox News stated that the show was entertainment and "does not pretend to be straight news."[15]

Former U.S. president Donald Trump is a regular viewer of Fox & Friends, and praised the program for its favorable coverage of his presidency. Critics noted that Trump often tweeted about stories on Fox & Friends as they aired, creating a "feedback loop" when the stories were subsequently discussed as national issues because they were mentioned by Trump on social media.[23][24][25][26][27][28]

Trump was a frequent guest on Fox & Friends before his presidency. In , Fox News announced that he would appear on the show to offer commentary every Monday.[29]

On April 26, , Trump was interviewed by phone on Fox & Friends in a segment that stretched to nearly half an hour, and discussed several recent topics and controversies surrounding himself and his government.[30][31] Trump said that he might interfere with the Special Counsel investigation,[32] acknowledged that lawyer Michael Cohen had represented Trump in the Stormy Daniels–Donald Trump scandal,[33] and said that he had gotten a card and flowers for Melania Trump, his wife, whose birthday was the same day.[34]




Former hosts[edit]

  • Jedediah Bila, weekend co-host from , replaced by Rachel Campos-Duffy. [36]
  • Dave Briggs, weekend co-host, left at the end of to join NBC Sports Network [37]
  • Alisyn Camerota, weekend co-host, left on September 28, , to be the co-host of a new weekday version of America's News Headquarters. Now has her own show on CNN.[38]
  • Gretchen Carlson, weekdays co-host from to , replaced by Elisabeth Hasselbeck after moving on to host her own new weekday afternoon program The Real Story. Now head of te Miss America pageant group[39]
  • Tucker Carlson, weekend co-host from to , left to host the weekday primetime show, Tucker Carlson Tonight.
  • Kiran Chetry, weekend co-host from to
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck, weekdays co-host from to , replaced by Ainsley Earhardt.
  • Ed Henry, weekend co-host from –, replaced by Will Cain.
  • E. D. Hill, weekdays co-host from to , replaced by Gretchen Carlson.
  • Juliet Huddy, former weekend and substitute co-host
  • Abby Huntsman, weekend co-host from to , left to co-host The View and was replaced by Jedediah Bila.
  • Mike Jerrick, former weekend co-host
  • Anna Kooiman, weekend co-host from to , replaced by Abby Huntsman.
  • Maria Molina, Fox Cast meteorologist from to
  • Clayton Morris, weekend co-host from to
  • Julian Phillips, former weekend co-host
  • Kelly Wright, weekend co-host from


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