Ainsley Earhardt Biography
Birthday: September 20, 1976 (Virgo)
Born In: Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States
Ainsley Earhardt is a popular American television personality, currently working as a conservative political commentator at Fox News. She is well known as the co-host of ‘Fox & Friends’, which is President Donald Trump‘s favorite morning show program. She also reports for the show ‘Hannity’ in her own segment called ‘Ainsley Across America’. At Fox network, she has also co-hosted ‘Fox and Friends Weekend’, ‘Fox's All-American New Year's Eve’, and ‘America's News Headquarters’. She also appeared on ‘Greg Gutfeld's Red Eye’, a late-night satirical talk show on Fox News that features panelists and guests discussing the latest news in politics, entertainment, business, etc. Since her early days, Earhardt has possessed a natural tendency to lead from the front. Hence, it is not surprising that she won the much sought after Caroliniana Creed Award for her leadership qualities and clarity of thought. Earhardt has been in the limelight for covering some significant news events, including the famous Fort Hood Base shooting, the coverage of the death of Actor James Gandolfini, and man-made and natural disasters like the famous 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, the E5 tornado in Moore, and the 8.0 magnitude earthquake that hit China and killed about 70,000 people. She is still talked about for her contribution to FNC New Year Eve Special ‘All American New Year’ in 2014 from Times Square New York. She has also authored a children’s bestseller ‘Take Heart, My Child–A Mother’s Dream‘, co-authored by Kathyrn Cristaldi, and illustrated by Jaime Kim. It is a motivational book for kids to follow their dreams.