Ed Henry Biography
Ed Henry (Edward “Ed” Henry) is an American broadcast journalist and the chief national correspondent for Fox News Channel and is based on the network’s Washington, D.C. bureau.
Ed Henry Age|How Old Is Ed Henry
He was born on 20th July 1971, in Queens, New York. He is 48 years old as of 2019.
Ed Henry Height
Henry stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches and his weight is unknown. Furthermore, he has blue eyes and salt & pepper hair.
Ed Henry Sister
Ed has a sister called Colleen. He had to be done a liver surgery so as to donate his liver to his sister. Both parties are quickly recovering.
Ed Henry Wife | Family | Children|Parents
He got engaged for four months with Shirly Hungearlier. the pair later got married in June of 2010, his wife works for the network that Ed left but that has not caused any issues in their marriage.
The pair does not make many appearances together in public because they want to enjoy their privacy. Henry took a temporary leave from broadcasting due to an alleged extramarital affair with a Las Vegas hostess, Natalia Lima.
Natalia said that she met Henry five years ago through social media. the issue was quickly dismissed without any confirmation. Henry then returned to Fox three months later in August as the chief national correspondent.
The pair have two children, a son named Patrick Henry and a daughter named Mila Henry.
How Is Ed Henry Doing
After he had a successful Liver transfer surgery, Ed went through the recovery process rather very quickly with all his friends and family around him. As of September 19, Ed has fully recovered and is expected to do an interview with President Donald Trump on his show today at 7.30 am ET and 8 am ET.
Ed Henry Education
Henry joined and later graduated from Siena College in Loudonville with a bachelor’s degree in English. After his graduation, he began working with Jack Anderson in 2003, a noted columnist.
He later joined became a political analyst for two local radio shows in Washington D.C the WMAL Morning News and The Chris Core Show.
Ed Henry Career
Henry began his career working for CNN in 2004 as a Congressional correspondent Before working for FOX News Channel.
He was also a contributor as an editor at Washington. He worked as the Senate correspondent at Roll Call and with experience, He the senior editor.
Henry was ranked among the top three CNN correspondents. He is well known for his outspoken quality and he once asked President Obama about the AIG bonus payments controversy.
He was widely known after this question. Most of the recent news covered by Henry is the government shutdown in 2013 and the other news related to the National Security Administration ” NSA” leaks.
Henry covered Capitol Hill for Roll Call for eight years, writing that newspaper’s Heard on the Hill column, and has been a contributor in editing at Washingtonian.
He was as well a 2011 and 2012 member of the Siena College (his alma mater)’s Board of Associate Trustees.
From the time of President Barack Obama’s first term, Henry worked full time as a White House correspondent. Henry would ask various questions during the conferences and press releases, he also had no issues with addressing the President directly.
Henry made a name for himself as a bold due to his confident approach, direct, and strict journalist. On one occasion he asked the president why he had taken so long to publicly express outrage about AIG and President Obama replied: “It took us a couple of days because I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak”.
His reply caused the room to erupt in laughter and he later commented, “I was doing my job, and he was doing his.”
He as well covered the vacations of President Obama in Hawaii also with radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh and was present at the location the time Rush was hospitalized due to chest pain.
After taking a flight to Las Vegas, he found himself at the center of the Court House shooting in 2010, a story that he later covered live for CNN.
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Henry left CNN in 2011 and became a chief correspondent at the White House for the Fox News Channel. His contract at CNN was not renewed since some of the producers at the network were displeased with his right-leaning views.
With an interview with Don Imus, he stated that he would like to work with the number one in the field which he considered to be Fox News.
He as well said his move to Fox was welcoming and great. He also stated and made clear that he dint had no regrets for leaving CNN. According to him, CNN couldn’t compare to Fox News.
Henry compared the two networks to perennial baseball contenders stating, that he rooted for the Yankees, he would like to play for a first-place team.
Technically, the Yankees are not in the first place, he admits they’re a game behind the Red Sox.
Ed Henry Salary | Net Worth|Wealth
Henry gathers his net worth from his professional news reporting consignment from 2004. From 20 June 2011, He as well adds a significant part of his lucrative salary as the Chief White House Correspondent with the Fox News Channel.
His average annual salary as a Fox News employee is $102,080 and the position and seven years of working tenure make Ed earn much. Before his salary source included his chief political analyst role at WMAL-AM (ABC) and also contributing editor at Washingtonian Magazine.
Ed Henry Back to Work
On his Instagram post and his twitter account, Ed posted when in the barber shaving. He said that he would be back to work on Friday 6 September 2019 for a show with a live audience honoring first responders for the upcoming 9/11 anniversary. This states that he has quickly recovered and is back to his feet. View his Instagram below.
Ed Henry Awards
He won the Everett McKinley Dirksen Award for the Best Reporting of Congress from the National Press Foundation for his distinguished work when he was reporting for the Congress and his exclusive interview with Jeb Bush 2005.
In 2008, he also won a Merriman Smith Award from the White House Correspondents Association for completing his job with outstanding results under pressure and a tight deadline.
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The Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has faced an unusually testy interview Wednesday with Fox News’s Ed Henry over one of the official’s most recent alleged ethical infractions.
The Atlantic had reported this week that the EPA used its authority under the Safe Drinking Water Act to give two of Pruitt’s closest aides big pay bumps after the White House refused to authorize raises.
Henry questioned Pruitt on why he bypassed the White House to raise $84,000 to two staffers whom they worked with him since he was attorney general of Oklahoma. Pruitt replied that he only found out about the salary decision Tuesday and didn’t know who made the decision.
“You don’t know? You run the agency. You don’t know who did this?” Henry asked.
“I found out about this yesterday, and I corrected the action,” Pruitt said.
It’s was a dramatic shift for a network that was once mostly safe territory for Pruitt, who has given more interviews to Fox than all major media networks combined. He has always found refuge in conservative media outlets and uses them to promote his deregulation agenda while ignoring the questions from other reporters (including this one). previously fox gave some little airtime to Pruitt’s alleged indiscretions compared to other networks.
Pruitt has been challenged on Fox News not once. as well Fox News’s Chris Wallace questioned him aggressively a year ago about the EPA’s rollbacks of regulations around climate change. As well the earlier this week, while the agency tried to stage a low-profile announcement on its highly controversial plan to revisit a major Obama-era environmental regulation on greenhouse gas emissions from cars, Fox tipped off other outlets about the event.
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Fox News correspondent Ed Henry lied about the border wall, and Trump’s campaign ran with it.
On Thursday’s edition of Fox & Friends, Fox News chief national correspondent Ed Henry insisted to viewers that President Donald Trump’s southern border wall is being built, despite multiple contradicting reports. Trump’s campaign then used his segment to insist that Democrats are wrong when they say there’s no new wall being built.
On September 19, Henry talked to the Fox & Friends co-hosts about his trip to the border wall, where he interviewed Trump. He reported that his visit was “fantastic” and chided the Democrats who appear on the show and say “the president is not telling the truth” when Trump says there’s new wall being built. Henry continued, “I’m here to say the president is right and they are wrong, and that’s not an opinion, that’s from my reporting with my own two eyes. … There is, in fact, miles and miles of the new wall being built.”
Despite Fox News’ repeated insistence that “miles and miles of new wall” have been built, reports from other outlets suggest otherwise. A September 18 report from NBC news fact-checked Trump’s claim, reporting that while “the U.S. has replaced or reinforced 66 miles of fencing, including 9 miles of new secondary fencing,” the Trump administration “has yet to extend the border wall,” as suggested by Fox.
Additional reporting from The Washington Post on September 6 also fact-checked a September 4 claim by Trump that “the wall is being built. It’s going up rapidly. … We’re building very large sections of wall.” According to the Post, “The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has completed just about 60 miles of ‘replacement’ barrier during the first 2½ years of Trump’s presidency, all of it in areas that previously had border infrastructure.” The Post also cited a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) spokesperson who said that the most up-to-date total is “approximately 64 miles of the new border wall system in place of dilapidated designs.” And in late July, Fox News itself reported that the CBP has confirmed that “the Trump administration has not installed a single mile of new wall in a previously fenceless part of the U.S.-Mexico border in the 30 months since President Trump assumed office.”
Despite the numerous reports that contradicted Trump, Henry still insisted that it’s the Democrats who are lying, and Trump’s campaign ran with it. After the Fox & Friends segment aired, the Trump War Room Twitter account (run by Trump’s campaign) tweeted, “Wow! Report from Fox News confirms Democrats are WRONG,” citing Henry’s assertion that “miles and miles of the new wall [are] being built.”
Source: Media Matters
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In a recent episode, Hornacek had an early start to her day when she set out to pick up “America’s Newsroom” host Bill Hemmer and drove him to his early-morning show.
Hemmer shared his affection for New York City taxi drivers, detailed his morning routine and told the story of an unwanted visitor to his New York City apartment.
“I’m walking at 2 a.m. between my bathroom and bedroom, and I didn’t know what it was but I felt something on my left foot…I didn’t know what happened,” said Hemmer — who later found out he’d been stung by a scorpion.
“It felt like I’d been electrocuted or broken a bone.”
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