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Shepard Smith

American television news anchor

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Shepard Smith: American television news anchor
David Shepard "Shep" Smith Jr. is an American broadcast journalist with business news channel CNBC, where he serves as chief general news anchor and hosts The News with Shepard Smith, a daily evening newscast launching in Fall 2020. Smith is best known for his 23-year career at Fox News Channel, which he joined at its 1996 inception and served as chief anchor and managing editor of its breaking news division. Smith hosted several programs in his tenure at Fox News, including Fox Report, Studio B and Shepard Smith Reporting.


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Former Fox News anchor Shepard Smith to join CNBC as host of 'The News with Shepard Smith'

Shepard Smith has found a new home since his stunning departure from Fox News last year. Here are the details of his new CNBC show.
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Fox News announces Bill Hemmer will take over Shepard Smith's time slot

Approximately two months after anchor Shepard Smith surprised audiences by departing Fox News, Bill Hemmer has been announced as his replacement.
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Shepard Smith decries 'press vilification' in first speech since leaving Fox News

Trump critic Shepard Smith hosted an awards banquet for oppressed and endangered journalists, giving his first public words since leaving Fox News.
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Shep Smith donates $500,000 to Committee to Protect Journalists

"A free press is the underpinning of a democracy, and it cannot be taken for granted," Smith said
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Bret Baier on Shepard Smith exit and Trump's attacks on journalists

America's role in the world faces new scrutiny after President Trump's decision to remove U.S. troops from northern Syria. Fox News channel's chief political anchor Bret Baier joins “CBS This..
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Fox News' Bret Baier calls Trump's attacks on journalists a "problem"

Baier also discussed the abrupt departure of his longtime colleague and fellow anchor Shepard Smith
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Shepard Smith: Fox News president stresses journalism in weighing temporary replacements

Following the departure of anchor Shepard Smith, Fox News president Jay Wallace discussed what will happen to Smith's show, at least for now.
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Fox News alum Carl Cameron worried Shepard Smith's exit could turn channel into 'propaganda'

"It is a real sad day for people who watch Fox News and want accurate information, 'cause (Shepard Smith) was somebody who you could reliably count on."
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Shepard Smith leaving Fox News is a stunning blow to real journalism

Shepard Smith, who has worked at Fox News since it began, left abruptly Friday. Smith was a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, and vice versa.
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Shepard Smith exits Fox News after 23 years

Shepard Smith, chief news anchor and breaking new managing editor at Fox, will leave the network, Fox News Media said on Friday.
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Shepard Smith, a frequent Trump critic, leaves Fox News

Smith was one of the few anchors on Fox News willing to criticize President Trump
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Fox News' Shepard Smith departs network, steps down as chief news anchor

Shepard Smith, the Fox News anchor who made headlines for on-air criticisms of President Donald Trump, has departed the conservative-leaning network.
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A Fox News Divided: Impeachment Inquiry Coverage Brings On-Air Sniping

As Tucker Carlson and Shepard Smith go public with a feud over President Trump’s latest troubles, Sean Hannity rides high in the ratings.
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Tucker Carlson's fellow Fox News host Shepard Smith says 'white nationalism is real'

Unlike Tucker Carlson, who declared white supremacy is “not a real problem,” Shepard Smith says the issue is "a very serious problem."
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Fox News host Shepard Smith says another mass shooting will 'happen yet again in America'

Shepard Smith suggested no action will likely come from the latest mass shootings because this "uniquely American" problem has become "sadly routine."
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