Chris Stirewalt on "The Bubble"
- Political data and demography experts who colors current electoral trends with entertaining anecdotes and extensive research
- Brings a historical understanding of where the US has been in order to understand the significant disruptions in presidential politics today
- Combines large, charismatic personality and smart wit to entertain and engage audiences
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For more than two decades, Chris Stirewalt has been a leading and trusted voice in U.S. politics. One of today’s liveliest political commentators, he is highly regarded for his candid and straightforward analysis of our current political climate – using his signature ‘tell-it-like-it-is’ approach to cover the most significant issues of the day and provide his expert outlook for the future. Stirewalt is also the author of the book Every Man a King: A Short Colorful History of American Populists, a dynamic account of America’s populist tradition.
Exclusively represented by Leading Authorities speakers bureau, Stirewalt is an expert storyteller and astute speaker who keeps audiences engrossed with his trademark humor while breaking down complex political issues. He offers candid and witty insights on the current political climate and the latest happenings on Capitol Hill and in the White House, as well as a breakdown of how our political party system reached its current state of polarization and what he sees coming down the pike in Washington and across the nation. Stirewalt is a quickly rising star on news and within political circles whose speeches offer the perfect balance between meaty and hard-hitting takeaways and entertaining personal and professional anecdotes.
Most recently, he served as the politics editor for the Fox News Channel, where he helped coordinate political coverage across Fox. His extremely popular daily newsletter, Fox News Halftime Report, had more than half a million subscribers, and his podcast he co-hosted with Dana Perino, I’ll Tell You What, was so successful that it was spun off into a television show of the same name leading up to the 2016 election – an industry first. Joining FNC’s Washington bureau in 2010, Stirewalt made daily appearances on multiple Fox network programs, including America’s Newsroom, Outnumbered, Special Report with Bret Baier, and Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. He was also a part of the Fox News Decision Desk team, where he called races on election nights, and hosted the Fox Nation Halftime Report streaming show.
Prior to joining FNC, Stirewalt served as political editor for The Washington Examiner where he wrote a twice-weekly column and led political coverage for the newspaper. He also served as politics editor at the Charleston Daily Mail and West Virginia Media. Stirewalt began his career at the Wheeling Intelligencer in West Virginia.
He is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia.
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Chris Stirewalt tells it like it is and isn’t afraid to draw on his now-famous ‘Stirewaltisms’ to get his point across. From hammering the “malarkey” unfolding in the Senate as Republicans pushed for a health care overhaul to advising presidential nominees to “suit up and show up,” Stirewalt is known for his singular way of reporting the news: tell-it-like-it-is commentary infused with first-hand anecdotes, hilarious phrasing, and smart insight. Humble and larger than life, Stirewalt’s gregarious persona keeps audiences engaged while delivering a succinct overview of our current political climate and a deep dive into issues that matter to his audience now, including analyzing races, breaking down what’s happening on Capitol Hill, taking apart legislative battles, and offering a bird’s eye view of what’s to come in politics.
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Regarding the event with Chris Stirewalt – it was great! Chris was very engaging, personable, and seemed relaxed/comfortable in the room. His lively personality on television is exactly what I experienced in person. He is witty, observant, and genuine. I especially enjoyed how he engaged with everyone in the room entertaining questions – even the shy folks had a chance to participate.
Chris was amazing! His lively personality on television is exactly what we experienced in person. He is witty, observant, and genuine.
Chris was simply outstanding. He shared insightful perspectives on our current political theater, gave us a historical account on how we got to where we are, and perhaps most importantly reminded us of the importance of understanding/learning/remembering civics. He was not a TV talking head, but rather a brilliant/scholarly individual giving context to and perspective on American politics.