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  • Anchor Chris Wallace is Known For Tough, But Fair, Interviews

    11/10/2017

    Chris Wallace, the winner of the 2017 ICFJ Founders Award for Excellence in Journalism, is the anchor of the Sunday morning public affairs program "Fox News Sunday." He is known for bringing a tough, but fair, interviewing style to his coverage of major news events, including the 2016 presidential debate. During more than four decades as a journalist at Fox, NBC and ABC, Wallace has applied his unbiased, piercing approach to interviews, whether moderating primary and general presidential debates, interviewing Democratic or Republican presidents, or leading the charge on groundbreaking investigations. Last year, he became the first Fox News host to moderate a presidential debate. Prior to joining Fox News in 2013, he worked for 14 years as a senior correspondent for ABC’s “Primetime Thursday,” where he conducted several groundbreaking investigations. He is the only person to have anchored two Sunday morning news programs, “Meet the Press” and “The Today Show.”

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