Bill Hemmer Biography
Bill Hemmer born William George Hemmer, is an American journalist who is based in New York City. He is a news anchor for Fox News Channel.
Bill airs as a co-anchor of America’s Newsroom from 9 am to 12 pm ET. Initially, he reported and anchored at CNN. He anchored for CNN between 1995 and 2005.
Hemmer was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1964. He is the son of William R. Hemmer, a retired executive salesman for Serta Mattresses, and Georganne M. Knittle, a former high school teacher. He is the middle child and second son of the Hemmers’ five children.
Hemmer attended Our Lady of Victory (Cincinnati) Catholic parochial school before graduating from Elder High School in Cincinnati.
So as to keep themselves busy for their break time in school, Hemmer and a friend started a radio program, playing fifteen minutes of music before classes began this was during his senior year at Elder.
He credits his time as the high school disc jockey for beginning his passion for broadcasting. Hemmer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from Miami University, located in Oxford, Ohio.
While at Miami University, he joined Delta Tau Delta fraternity and studied in Europe at the Miami University Dolibois European Center, which was then located in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.
Bill Hemmer Age | How Old Is Bill Hemmer
He was born on 14 November 1964 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. He is 53 years old.
Bill Hemmer Height | How Tall Is Bill Hemmer
He is 1.75 meters tall.
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Hemmer joined Fox News in August 2005. He has worked on the field as well as on the news desk. Working on both the news desk and on the field, Bill has been able to do lots of stories.
These have included the Hurricane Katrina aftermath, the 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis. Hemmer did a story of the British sailors’ hostage situation in Iran, the Iraq War.
Bill has also done an interview with 2008 presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, Barack Obama in July 2008.
He handled extensive onsite coverage of the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States in April 2008, as well as the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
He is one of the few reporters to have been embedded with U.S. Marines in Camp Fallujah, Iraq.
In October 2008, he traveled to Baghdad, Iraq, to cover post-Iraq War troop surge of 2007 conditions. Included within this assignment were interviews with Generals David Petraeus and Raymond Odierno, and Ambassador Ryan Crocker.
During the 2012 election season, Hemmer covered the Democratic National Convention live from Charlotte, North Carolina and the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
He played an essential role on election night, monitoring FNC’s “Bill Board”. More recently, Hemmer was the lead reporter and anchor from the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, as well as the site of the Boston Marathon bombing in April 2013.
Hemmer serves as the anchor for America’s Newsroom, which runs from 9-12 A.M. His current co-host is Sandra Smith; her predecessor was Shannon Bream.
Bill Hemmer Salary | Net Worth
He earns an annual salary of $400 thousand on the show and also from some commercials. Hemmer has an estimated net worth of $3 million dollars as of 2016 report. This was as a result of his hard work.
Where Is Bill Hemmer Now
He currently airs America’s Newsroom with Sandra Smith.
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That time Fox’s Bill Hemmer found a scorpion in his apartment
Updated on: 3 October 2018.
Fox News anchorman Bill Hemmer is still wondering how a 6-inch-long scorpion got into his Greenwich Village apartment and stung him on the foot.
Hemmer, who lives on the top floor of a 17-story building, got out of bed in the middle of the night.
As he shuffled in the dark, he felt a sharp pain in his foot.
“I thought I was either electrocuted or broke a bone,” Hemmer told me.
The mystified broadcaster went to an equally mystified neurologist the next day because he didn’t feel well, but his symptoms subsided. A couple of days later, Hemmer’s brave cleaning lady crushed the huge scorpion on his kitchen floor and sent him a photo of the corpse.
Scorpions are not among New York’s 589 common bugs and insects listed by InsectIdentification.org and mostly live in the Southwest.
“How in the world did it get there?” asked the early-rising newsman.
As for his housekeeper: “She gets a raise.”
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AG Barr details his hunt for the truth on what really went on with the Russia probe: Listen to the full interview
It’s the question that has dominated politics for more than two years — what exactly happened with counterintelligence activities conducted during the 2016 election and the Russia probe.
Now, in his first interview since joining the Trump administration, Attorney General Bill Barr detailed how he plans to get to the bottom of the origins of the probe, his thoughts on James Comey, Robert Mueller and other issues related to the special counsel’s investigation.
Barr told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer in the interview Friday that one portion of the review — which he has tapped U.S. Attorney John Durham to lead — would cover the time period between Election Day and Inauguration Day, saying “some very strange developments” took place during that time.
Barr specifically was referring to the early January 2017 briefing intelligence officials gave then-president-elect Trump at Trump Tower, and “the leaking of information subsequent to that meeting.”
At that meeting, Trump was briefed by intelligence and law enforcement officials on Russian election meddling — and was also informed by former FBI Director James Comey about the now-infamous anti-Trump dossier which included salacious allegations against him. Details later leaked to the press.
Barr also said the country must know “exactly what happened” with counterintelligence activities conducted during the 2016 election — and he is determined to get to the bottom of the case.
In pointed terms, he fired back at Democrats who have castigated him over his handling of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report — calling Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s charge that he lied to Congress “laughable” and dismissing an attempt to hold him in contempt of Congress.
“That’s part of the usual … political circus that’s being played out. It doesn’t surprise me,” he said.
And the nation’s top law enforcement official provided new details about the recently announced probe into the origins of the Russia investigation, defending his decision to pursue it and stressing that many of the answers he’s gotten so far have been “inadequate.”
While the decision to look back at the origins of the investigation has prompted harsh criticism from Democrats who previously have accused him of acting as the president’s lawyer, Barr argued there’s much yet to learn.
“I think there’s a misconception out there that we know a lot about what happened,” he said.
“The fact of the matter is Bob Mueller did not look at the government’s activities. He was looking at whether or not the Trump campaign had conspired with the Russians. But he was not going back and looking at the counterintelligence program. And we have a number of investigations underway that touch upon it — the main one being the office of inspector general that’s looking at the FISA warrants.”