Lou Dobbs

Lou Dobbs

Host and commentator Lou Dobbs joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in November of 2010. He is the host of Lou Dobbs Tonight (weekdays 7-8PM/ET), the #1 news program on business television, which features a breakdown of the day's top stories and how they impact the economy.

He is also the host of "Lou Dobbs Financial Reports," daily radio reports that are syndicated nationally.

Prior to joining FBN, Dobbs served as a chief economic correspondent, managing editor and executive vice president for CNN, hosting various programs, including "Moneyline," which premiered in 1980 and was later renamed Lou Dobbs Tonight.

Named "TV's Premier Business News Anchorman" by The Wall Street Journal, Dobbs has won several major awards for television journalism. In 2005, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded him the Emmy for Lifetime Achievement. The previous year, the National Television Academy awarded Lou Dobbs Tonight an Emmy Award for "Exporting America." He has also won a CableACE Award, a Peabody Award, the Luminary Award by the Business Journalism Review, and the Horatio Alger Association Award for Distinguished Americans. In 2009, Talkers Magazine ranked Dobbs one of the top 10 most important radio talk shows hosts in America.

Dobbs graduated from Harvard University with a degree in economics. He worked in government and banking prior to working in journalism.

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton discusses how former FBI Director Andrew McCabe said that he briefly discussed invoking the 25th Amendment with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Fitton also discussed the problems at the Department of Justice and the FBI.

Kevin McCarthy calls for Adam Schiff to recuse himself from Russia probe

Washington Times columnist Tammy Bruce discuss how House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy called for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to recuse himself from the Russia probe. Bruce also discussed how former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe confirmed that he and other DOJ officials discussed recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment, after Trump decided to fire FBI Director James Comey.