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I love my job and always have.
I wrote the children’s books, and those were wonderful tributes to my life as a daughter and a mother and just a thank-you to my parents for all the lessons in life they had passed on to me that I could pass onto my child and to other kids around the world.
I think I was afraid of being a mother for many reasons. I wanted to be a good mom, and I was fearful at one point of even working at the national level because I was afraid that I would disappoint a child or I wouldn’t be as ready for a big position as maybe I should have been when I came to Fox.
I started in local news in South Carolina, so viewers there supported me. We had a morning show that we put to No. 1, and then I moved to San Antonio, Texas, and we became the No. 1 morning show there, too.
Now I tell everyone, ‘Just become a mom if you can’ – it is so amazing, and God answers all your prayers, and all those things that you worry about don’t matter.
If you look at the Kennedys, if you look at Bill Clinton, I think our country has decided or learned that we are all flawed, that we all have imperfections, and if all of that were revealed about each one of us, we would all be tainted.
When I really discovered who God was and had a firm relationship with him my junior year of college, I journaled constantly. All day long. I had boxes of journals. They were really just love letters to God, just thanking him and praying out loud and telling him my desires.
I think that makes America wonderful, that we have different opinions.
Becoming a parent changed my life drastically and left me little time for leisure reading.
I don’t want to sound self-righteous, and I don’t want to act like I have it all put together.
I encourage others to choose a career they are passionate about and can do for the rest of their lives.
We are inflicting opinion in our newscasts like never before. That was never done and never taught in our journalism classes.
I am not perfect, but my faith keeps me as close to the straight and narrow as possible.
I would have been a fine orthodontist.
My two grandfathers fought in World War II.
I would say… I’m a traditionalist.
I had worked my way up at Fox. I started in 2007, working the overnight shift on the weekends. I would do one-minute news-of-the-day updates every hour on programs like ‘Hannity.’
I love this country. I love tradition. And I just want to make sure our country’s heading in the right direction.
If you don’t want a speeding ticket, don’t speed.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation started with one wish out of Phoenix, Arizona, and the organization has grown so grand ever since.
I do read newspapers constantly and my ‘Jesus Calling’ devotional on my way to work each day. In addition, my Bible is on my bedside table and my ‘go to’ for advice and direction.
If you’re going through a hard time or if you’ve experienced a miscarriage, so many women have come up to me and said they went through the same thing, and they never wanted to talk about it, so I hope my journey can help you and that you can find God in my life.
I want to be a journalist; I want to ask tough questions.
I enjoy makeup and having someone who does my hair. What female wouldn’t?
When you’re a parent, your child’s health is your number one concern, and to get the news that your child has diseases or is unhealthy, I’m sure, is absolutely crushing.
We had a miscarriage.
I think if Hillary Clinton had come on ‘Fox & Friends,’ she would have gotten so many more votes, especially if she had done it over and over and over.
Children teach you to stop and smell the roses even though you’re busier than you’ve ever been before.
No one wants to get up at 5 A.M.
I knew no one in New York City was going to hire me if I had a southern accent.
I lived on Nantucket in college during the summer and have spent a lot of time there since. It’s a special place for me.
All I really worry about is my little world.
We’re all flawed, and no one is perfect.
I was in a Bible study, Henry Blackaby’s ‘Experiencing God,’ and I started to experience God as I was reading the pages of this workbook and studying scripture with some friends, and we all just searching to fill that void in our lives.
I really thank the viewers; I don’t take them all for granted.
I may have a very visible job that allows more than a million viewers to invite me and my fellow anchors into their homes every morning, but that doesn’t make me famous, nor does my job entitle me to any kind of special privileges.
As any Christian would understand, I feel church is sacred. For me, it is the place I worship, where I learn about God and feel closest to Him each week.
We’re the most generous country in all of the world.
You can choose what channel you want to watch.
I’m so excited to wake America up every day.
I wanted to be an actress at a very early age and then decided to become an orthodontist after working in Dr. Richard Boyd’s office in high school.
I’m not here to make everyone love me. I wish they would.
Not a day goes by that I don’t look at myself in the mirror and ask God, ‘Why me? Why did you choose me, Ainsley Earhardt from Columbia, South Carolina, to be one of a handful of female national news anchors?’
I attended Florida State University on an academic and leadership scholarship, changed my major from biology to broadcasting, and transferred to the University of South Carolina for my last two years.
When I got the job with Fox, I said ‘God, are you sure?’ I know nothing about politics; I’ve been covering car accidents and street closures and the pothole patrol in my hometown.
Having faith allows me to try to be the best person I can be.
If God tells me to write another book, then I will.
How frustrating would it be if you’re the president of the United States, and every single time you turn on the TV on most of the channels, they’re misconstruing what you say?
I did grow up in a southern Christian background, and I have friends from all walks of life, but I will never forget from where I came.
We defeated communist Japan.
I don’t think you can say yes to every opportunity and work the weekends and work the overnight shift unless you’re really passionate about your job. So I encourage everyone to find their passion and go for it.
I am not into spicy foods. Big Red chewing gum is even too ‘hot’ for me.
I took so many different things away from my maternity leave. It taught me to have more compassion for other people and to see every individual as someone’s child.
I just wanted to be angelic and pure and nice and kind.
When I was five years old, I remember watching the opening of the Oscars with my mother and crying as I watched celebrities walk in on the red carpet. Why would any child cry watching the Oscars? For me, the reason was simple: I wanted to be there so badly that I burst into tears.