FOX News’ Harris Faulker on Series Profiling Republican Presidential Candidates

by Xara Aziz
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One of Fox News’ most prominent figures, Harris Faulkner, recently announced the launch of a series dedicated to spotlighting the families of those who competed in the 2024 GOP presidential primaries. Faulkner, who currently hosts The Faulkner Focus, kicked off the series with a feature interview with Apoorva Ramaswamy, the wife of Vivek Ramaswamy, an entrepreneur and former Republican presidential candidate.

The network has extended invitations to each GOP primary candidate to participate in the series, although specifics regarding timing and candidate spotlights remain unspecified. While FOX prepared to host the first GOP primary debate last year, it was uncertain whether former President Trump, the leading contender for the nomination, would take part. At the time, Trump cited what he perceived as a “hostile” relationship with FOX, along with his significant lead in GOP primary polls, as factors potentially influencing his decision to skip the debate.

Faulkner, a fixture on FOX since her debut in the early 2000s, is a highly acclaimed anchor with multiple Emmy awards to her name. In addition to her daily programs, she has anchored numerous primetime specials, including those addressing pressing issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Notably, Faulkner co-moderated a historic virtual town hall in March 2020 with President Donald Trump and members of the White House coronavirus task force, which drew a record-breaking viewership of 4.4 million, solidifying her position as a leading journalist in cable news.

Throughout her tenure at the network, Faulkner has spearheaded numerous primetime specials that have tackled a diverse array of pressing current events. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Faulkner assumed a pivotal role in informing and guiding viewers through anchoring specials such as America Together with Harris Faulkner: The Shot, dedicated to dispelling myths surrounding COVID-19 vaccines. Additionally, America Copes Together delved into the pandemic’s psychological impacts, while America Learns Together shed light on the challenges of digital education for students amidst the crisis.

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