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Dana Perino: Biden's inaction on immigration crisis, border wall allows 'governors a chance to shine'

As Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is moving to allocate $250 million of state taxpayer money toward completing the southern border wall within his state, which began construction under President Trump but halted under President Biden, "The Five" discussed how governors are filling the absence of leadership at the federal level when it comes to the migrant crisis.
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WATCH: 7-Year-Old Reporter Makes Cable News Debut, Interviews Fox’s Dana Perino and Bill Hemmer on Their Own Show

Seven-year-old aspiring journalist Emmy Eaton, of the website EastIdahoNews.com, made her cable news debut Monday during a fun (though briefly technically challenged) segment on Fox News’ America’s Newsroom. Dana Perino, who Eaton had previously interviewed, introduced Eaton to America’s Newsroom co-host Bill Hemmer, saying that the young interviewer wanted to...
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Dana Perino: Why relying on others is crucial for personal strength

Our mission to make business better is fueled by readers like you. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. Once I got a call from a young woman in Washington, D.C., seeking some advice. She had a problem at work and was quite upset. Her office supervisor wanted her to do something that she was very uncomfortable with—make a public statement under her own name using language and a tone that she thought was disrespectful and unproductive.
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Dana Perino slated to deliver Commencement address

Dana Perino, former White House press secretary, best-selling author, co-anchor of “America’s Newsroom” on Fox News Channel and co-host of “The Five” (also on Fox), will address graduates during Grove City College’s 2021 and 2020 Commencement ceremonies, which will be held in-person and on campus. “Grove City College is delighted...
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‘Trump slump?’ Not for Fox News’ Dana Perino

As expected, cable news networks lost viewers after Donald Trump left office, but competitors who hoped Fox News would disappear with the 45th president were disappointed. Even amid an industry-wide “Trump slump,” Fox still reigns in the latest Nielsen ratings, in part because of programming changes made after Joe Biden won, to include a larger role for Dana Perino, a former press secretary for President George W. Bush whose star has continued to rise amid the turmoil and corporate politics that often engulf cable news.

Webinars! Kevin Faulconer / Future of Conservatism / Dana Perino

Greetings from Malibu and Pepperdine’s School of Public Policy where hope springs that we might be able to host on-campus events by late spring!. In the meantime, I welcome you to register for one of these terrific webinars exploring issues of local government leadership, the conservative movement, and women in politics:
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Q&A with Dana Perino | Fox News star is rooted in Colorado

Colorado fact: One of America's best-known conservative analysts, an insider in the Bush administration and best-selling author once was Dana from Denver. Dana Perino today is a familiar face to Fox News viewers, greeting their morning audience each weekday as co-anchor of "American's Newsroom," and from the mid to late afternoon as co-hosts of "The Five."
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'Everything Will Be Okay' -- Dana Perino talks with college roommate about new book, shared memories

Editor’s Note: Dana Perino, co-host of "America's Newsroom" and "The Five" recently talked with her college roommate and lifelong friend Andrea Aragon about her new book, "Everything Will Be Okay." The two women graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo. Aragon is executive director of the Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation. ANDREA ARAGON:...
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Dana Perino reveals why George W. Bush once kicked her out of Oval Office

Dana Perino’s first visit to the Oval Office was memorable — since it’s not often you witness the leader of the free world get upset. The 48-year-old said her new job as White House press secretary under the George W. Bush administration got off to a bumpy start in 2006, when the president refused to give an interview that had been set up — and even told her to “see herself out” of his office.
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Dana Perino on why "Everything Will Be Okay"

"Everything will be okay" is a message for young women in a new book from Bush White House press secretary and Fox News commentator Dana Perino. She says it's a lesson she learned long ago from one very fine teacher:. When I trace back the roots of what got me...
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Dana Perino reacts to crying during Fox News domestic violence interview

The Fox News anchor had a career first when she cried during a live television interview with a domestic violence victim that aired on “America’s Newsroom” last week. “I’ve never spilled a tear live on television ever and that includes at the White House, where — imagine — there were some days where we would have to announce some pretty tough things,” Perino, who worked as a press secretary for the George W. Bush administration, told Page Six this week.