Bret Baier Fox News, Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Wife, Son, Salary and Net Worth

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Bret Baier Biography

Bret Baier  is An American Anchor. He is also the host of Special Report with Bret Baier on the Fox News Channel and serves as the chief political anchor for Fox. He was previously working as he network’s Chief White House Correspondent and Pentagon correspondent.

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Bret Baier Age

Baier was born in August 4,1970 in Rumson, New Jersey. He is 48 years old as in year 2018.

Bret Baier Family|Parents

Baier was born in Rumson, New Jersey on August 4, 1970, he is a son to Bill and Pat Baier. Baier was raised Catholic. In addition, he also served as an altar boy in his youth. He is of American nationality. Furthermore, he belongs to a mixed ethnic background of German and Irish.

Bret Baier Wife

Bret is married to Amy Baier. The couple married on 9 October 2004. The two have two children from this marriage. Paul Francis Baier and Daniel Baier.

Bret Baier Son

Baier’s son Paul Francis was born on June 29, 2007. Paul was given a clean bill of health in the first hours after his birth, but the next day, a nurse noticed Paul was turning pale. An echocardiogram soon revealed that Paul had five serious congenital heart defects. Without emergency surgery within days – he would die. Dr. Richard Jonas performed an eight hour open heart surgery on Paul when he was 12 days old. The “fix” included inserting what’s called a homograft – a donated baby aorta that connects Paul’s pulmonary artery with the right ventricle of his heart. The donated connector does not grow with him and at 10 months old Paul went in for his 2nd open heart surgery to have it replaced with a bigger version.

Since that time, Paul has had numerous angioplasties to open his arteries and to clear the homograft. In September of 2013, Dr. Jonas performed a 3rd successful open heart surgery on Paul. He will have to have at least one more open-heart surgery and other procedures as he continues to grow, but today Paul is very healthy and active. He loves sports and enjoys spending time with his friends.

Daniel Bret Baier was born July 10, 2010 and is a healthy, active child. Daniel is a sports fanatic and plays hockey, lacrosse and basketball. He enjoys playing video games with his friends and following the Washington Capitols.

The Baier family touts their Catholic faith for getting them through the most difficult days in the hospital.

Bret Baier Height

Baier stands at a height of 1.8m.

Bret Baier House

Bret  Fox News Channel and his wife, Amy, have listed their six-bedroom, seven-bath home in DC’s Berkley for $3.5 million. The house has a workout room, a wine cellar, and a three-car garage it is decorated throughout in Ralph Lauren Home. An online tour of the home shows several plush spaces: a library/pub room with a granite-topped mahogany bar surrounded by bookshelves and a master suite with his-and-hers baths and walk-in closets. The decor embodies the preppy Ralph Lauren look: lots of navy blue, stripes, and paisleys as well as rich mahogany accents and framed photos of horses.

The house is part of Philips Park, it  was built by well-known custom home builder Jim Gibson, , the luxury home community off Foxhall Road that sits on land formerly owned by philanthropists Marjorie and Duncan Phillips. The Baiers bought the house new in March 2009 for $3.2 million.

Bret Baier Fox News

He began his television career with a local station in Rockford, Illinois, before joining WRAL-TV, then CBS now NBC affiliate (As of February 29, 2016) affiliate in Raleigh, North Carolina. Baier sent an audition tape to Fox News in 1998, and was hired as the network’s Atlanta bureau chief. He drove from Georgia to Arlington, Virginia, to cover the attack on the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. Baier never returned to the Atlanta bureau and was instead tapped as the network’s Pentagon correspondent, remaining at the post for five years and taking 11 trips to Afghanistan and 13 trips to Iraq.

Baier was named Fox News’s White House correspondent in 2007, covering the administration of George W. Bush. In the fall of 2007, he began exchanging Brit Hume, then the anchor of Special Report, on Fridays.

On December 23, 2008, Brit Hume anchored his final show and reported that Baier would replace him as anchor of Special Report. Baier hosted his first show as permanent anchor on January 5, 2009.

A Freedom of Information Act request filed to investigate anti-Fox News bias in the Barack Obama administration revealed an internal email written by Deputy White House Communications Director, Jennifer Psaki, dated October 23, 2009, that referred to Baier as a “lunatic.”Psaki, who sent the email, later apologized to Baier.

Bret Baier Book

  1. Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire May 15, 2018
    by Bret Baier , Catherine Whitney
    Kindle Edition
  2. Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission Jan 10, 2017 by Bret Baier , Catherine Whitney
  3. Three Days in Moscow Young Readers’ Edition: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire May 15, 2018 by Bret Baier , Catherine Whitney
  4. Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love Jun 03, 2014 by Bret Baier , Jim Mills
  5. Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love by Bret Baier (2014-06-03) by Bret Baier;
  6. By Bret Baier – Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love (Reprint) (2015-06-03) [Paperback] by Bret Baier

Bret Baier Salary

Being the top-rated television personalities in United States of America. Baier earns a salary of $7 million per year. In total, Bret Baier’s net worth is $16 million.

Bret Baier Clinton Foundation|Indictment

Bret  a Fox News reporter and anchor, who hosts “Special Report” on the cable channel, apologized Friday for reporting that indictments were “likely” in an ongoing investigation into Clinton Foundation investigation, adding that the reports were a mistake.

Three Days In January By Bret Baier

This is a book written by Baier.  In Three Days in January,  Baier masterfully casts the period between Eisenhower’s now-prophetic farewell address on the evening of January 17, 1961, and Kennedy’s inauguration on the afternoon of January 20 as the closing act of one of modern America’s greatest leaders—during which Eisenhower urgently sought to prepare both the country and the next president for the challenges ahead.

Bret Baier Email

Chief Political Anchor @ Fox News Channel.

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