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Steve Doocy Flat-Out Tells Fox News Viewers To Go Get The COVID Vaccine, And Ainsley Earhardt Called The Shot ‘Freedom’

Tucker Carlson has spent months sowing vaccine doubt among Fox News’ evening viewers (and he still won’t say whether he’s gotten the jab), but the cable news network’s morning vibe couldn’t be more different. Recently, all three Fox and Friends co-hosts (Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade) made it known that not only did they get vaccinated, but they’re relieved to feel much safer as a result.
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Ainsley Earhardt Is Central to 'Fox and Friends,' but Is She Going to Leave?

Fox News has created a lineup of TV hosts and anchors that its audience loves, and that's especially true of the hosts of Fox and Friends, who are beloved by the audience that tunes in every morning to watch them. Ainsley Earhardt, one of the show's hosts, has used the platform to boost her public profile and turn herself into a celebrity. Now, though, some are worried that she may be getting ready to leave Fox and Friends.
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Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt Cited Trump’s Obsessive TV Watching As Evidence That He’s Been A Super Hard Worker During His Time As President

In what will be the final day of President Trump’s term in office, the talking heads at Fox News are doing their best to rewrite history and position the commander-in-chief as the hardest working president in history. Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt welcomed Republican pundit Kristen Soltis Anderson on the show to discuss Joe Biden’s plan for his first 100 days in office, and talk quickly turned to Trump. Specifically, to what a go-getter the soon-to-be-former president is.
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Fox & Friends' Ainsley Earhardt says Trump supporters stormed Capitol because 'they don't want to be forgotten'

Fox & Friends' Ainsley Earhardt says fear was at the root of Trump supporters' Wednesday attack on the Capitol and refusal to accept the election results. Since Election Day, President Trump and his allies have insisted something must have gone wrong to cost Trump re-election. They've spread false claims of fraud and insisted the 74 million people who voted for Trump had to be listened to, despite the fact that President-elect Joe Biden got 7 million more votes and elections are usually decided by who gets the most votes. So on Wednesday, several thousand of those supporters took their anger out on the U.S. Capitol and the people tasked with protecting it.
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Fox News’s Ainsley Earhardt: ‘So many people’ are questioning election

The conversation on Monday’s edition of “Fox & Friends” couldn’t ignore President Trump’s still-chugging lie machine that’s twisting the straightforward results of the Nov. 3 election. On Sunday, The Post published a leaked one-hour call from Saturday in which Trump pressed Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to tinker with the state’s voting tallies. “I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have. Because we won the state,” said Trump in the call.