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Bret Baier

FOX News Chief Political Anchor and Host, Special Report with Bret Baier

Chief political anchor for FOX News and host of the #1 cable news program in America, highly acclaimed journalist Bret Baier offers a behind-the-scenes nonpartisan analysis of the Obama Administration, the political leaders and issues influencing policy.

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Lessons of Leadership and Management: Looking at Ike's Life as a General and President and How That Translates to Today

Of the outstanding achievements in the Presidency of Dwight Eisenhower, none were more dramatic or impactful than his last. In this presentation, Baier discusses his newest book, Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower's Final Mission, which tells the story of how President Eisenhower fought to secure the nation's future before his young successor, John F. Kennedy, took power. Baier takes audiences on a journey through the many successes and challenges of the Eisenhower Presidency. From his negotiations with the Soviets and the Koreans which has been said to have saved the world from destruction, to the fiscal and social changes that ushered the U.S. into one of the greatest economic booms in world history. The lessons of the Eisenhower administration are as relevant in today as they have ever been. Baier brings the audience full circle by connecting the current political climate to the stories of the Eisenhower era.   

The Trump Administration, Congress and a Look at Politics in America

As the anchor of FOX News' Special Report w/Bret Baier, Bret Baier is plugged into all of the major issues and players on the national political scene. With humor and insight, Baier shares with audiences’ exclusive, poignant and an up-to-the minute analysis on what’s going on at the White House and on Capitol Hill.

Special Heart: One Family's Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage & Love

In this presentation, Baier shares with audiences his son Paul’s brave journey through the seemingly endless maze of medical procedures and operations required to sustain his life since being born in 2007 with five congenital heart defects. Three open-heart surgeries and seven angioplasties later, Paul's example of courage and resilience has served to transform Bret and his wife Amy's beliefs about what matters most in life - totally reshaping their definitions of character, faith, hope, courage and love.  Facing the greatest crisis of their lives, Baier interweaves Paul's almost six-year medical ordeal with Bret and Amy's own journey from the depths of despair to acceptance then to hope. Told through the eyes of a loving father and master storyteller, audiences will hear Paul's inspiring story from a man who just happens to be someone millions turn to for the day's news.  Although there are plenty of tears and pain to work through, at its core their story is an uplifting and inspiring testament to the endurance and hope of an American family in crisis. Surviving every parent's worst nightmare, Bret and Amy emerge—just like their courageous son—scarred but not broken.

From the White House to War Zones

Before moving to his post at the White House, Bret Baier was based at the Pentagon where he covered the military and intelligence communities. In those five years, Baier traveled to Iraq 12 times and to Afghanistan 11 times, giving him a one-of-a-kind perspective on the U.S.-led war on terror. With gripping stories from those trips and inspiring tales from his experiences with American troops on the frontlines, Baier is one of the only reporters in Washington with the ability to speak from first-hand experiences in war zones while conveying an insider’s knowledge of the high-stakes politics of war.

Meet Bret Baier


Chief political anchor for FOX News and host of the #1 cable news program in America, highly acclaimed journalist Bret Baier offers a behind-the-scenes nonpartisan analysis of the Obama Administration, the political leaders and issues influencing policy.

One of the most prominent and intrepid journalists in America today, Bret Baier, FOX News’ chief political anchor and host of Special Report with Bret Baier, digs deep to get the stories that people need to hear. His nonpartisan, rapid-fire approach to reporting provides audiences with the substantive facts they need to make decisions about the future of the country. Securing the only interview with President Obama in the week leading up to the historic health care vote in the House of Representatives, Baier received high praise—Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan called it, “the most revealing and important broadcast interview of Barack Obama ever.” Baier’s extensive reporting experience as former chief White House and national security correspondent brought him through the halls of the Pentagon, to the war fields of Iraq and Afghanistan as well as to the campaign trails of elections past and present. Fresh, current and straightforward, his daily high-profile and cutting-edge reporting gives him the ability to offer in-depth insights and perspectives on the inner workings of government, the political leaders and issues affecting policy. As the anchor of the “must-see” daily program for political news, Baier co-anchored the most watched election coverage in 2010, served as moderator for one of the 2012 Republican presidential primary debates, and again served as moderator for one of the 2016 Republican presidential primary debates. His book, Special Heart: One Family's Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage & Love (June 2014) chronicles young Paul Baier's brave journey through the seemingly endless maze of medical procedures and operations required to sustain his life since being born in 2007 with five congenital heart defects. Three open-heart surgeries and seven angioplasties later, Paul's example of courage and resilience has served to transform Baier and his wife Amy's beliefs about what matters most in life - totally reshaping their definitions of character, faith, hope, courage and love. Baier donates all of his speaking fees and proceeds from his book to various non-profit organizations involved in pediatric heart disease research and treatment.

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