The journalist Ainsley Earhardt said the republican president might never happen again. It is because America will allow the continued use of mail-ballots in future elections. She raised her voice to skepticism for mail-in ballots. The journalist also accepted that their service was crucial for the 2020 election. At that time, the coronavirus pandemic was still affected.
She started her career as a reporter for a local CBS station WLTX. Ainsley still didn’t complete her graduation. She began to work as the morning and noon anchor from 2000-2004. After that, Ainsley traveled to New York City.
There, the journalist covered South Carolina middle school students’ hovering nearly half a million dollars for firefighters after the 9/11 attacks. In 2005, Ainsley moved to San Antonio and served as an anchor for KENS-TV’s Eyewitness News program This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon.
In 2007, the journalist left KENS-TV and joined Fox News Channel. She began to co-host America’s News Headquarters, Fox and Friends Weekend, Fox’s All-American New Year’s Eve, etc. In 2018, in an interview, Ainsley admired President Trump got intimidating former FBI Director James Corney with alleged audio recordings.
In 2019, Ainsley disapproved of the liberal media and said that Republicans would not run for office anymore. Currently, she serves as the co-host of Fox & Friends. She took birth on 20th September in 1976 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, in the U.S. When Ainsley was very young, her family moved to North Carolina.
She took lessons in biology at Florida State University. Ainsley obtained a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. From 2005-2009, Ainsley was married to Kevin McKinney. Later in 2012, she married former Clemson University quarterback Will Proctor, with whom she has a child. But the couple got divorced in 2018 after six years of marriage.