In response to the segment, some Fox News viewers took to Twitter to unleash homophobic attacks on the openly gay anchor. Mueller got paid for nothing Smith! He took the money and ran!
The chief breaking news anchor at Fox News Network was a featured speaker at an April 21 conference at his alma mater, the University of Mississippi, in which he opened up about his sexuality and revealed that he is currently in a relationship. I manage a lot of people. I cover the news.
But even this epoch-making legal soap opera had its lag times. In reporting these Smith was, as ever, honest. I want you to be part of my team.
Well, guys if you watch Fox News Channel then, you probably know about this famous and renowned news anchor. This anchor has established himself as a skilled professional. Let me make it clear, I am talking about the famous news anchor Shepard Smith.
Shepard was born in January 14, in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He is 55 years old as of year Shepard was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi.
There are only a few media personalities who are as bold and confident as Shepard Smith. Apart from his impressive stint at Fox News Channel which includes but not limited to his classic news delivery, upfront stance on virtually every issue and much more; he loves his job as much as he loves his personality. Smith belongs to the group of journalist who built Fox Broadcasting Company from the very beginning and also calls it home.
Well, the once married man has been relishing the relationship with his partner over the past six years. American television news anchor Shepard Smith is an eminent name on Fox News Channel, who is known for his rapid-fire, sometimes sarcastic delivery of news. He is now the chief news anchor and as managing editor of the breaking news division of Fox News.
In a rare glimpse into his personal life, Fox's Shepard Smith told students at the University of Mississippi that while he is gay, it is only a part of who he is. I go to work. I manage a lot of people.
Shepard Smith has "nothing to hide. During a speech at his alma matter, University of Mississippi's Meek School of Journalism, last month, the Fox News anchor opened up for the first time publicly about his sexuality, revealing that he is gay. The Shepard Smith Reporting host was was raised in the small town of Holly Springs, Mississippi, where he attended a local Methodist church and studied at Ole Miss, and wasn't focused on his sexuality. Smith married Virginia Donald inbut divorced in