'Fox News Sunday' celebrates 25 years with look back on memorable moments

From three impeachments to the terror of 9/11, long-time host 크리스 월리스 looked back at the show’s history during the special broadcastwhich included its most newsworthy, hard-hitting, and wide-ranging interviews in the past quarter-century.

에 2003, Wallace took over as an anchor after the late Tony Snow departed from the news show, 당시, to serve as press secretary for former President George W. 부시.

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이상 1,300 episodes later, Wallace developed a fascinating and versatile journey having interviewed both Republican and Democratic lawmakers, and political leaders from around the world. His ever-growing list of big-name guests includes Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron in 2018 – 전자 having earned himself a News and Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live interview.

그만큼 “폭스 뉴스 일요일” anchor is known for conducting raw and challenging interviews throughout his tenure, having sat down with several U.S. presidents, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and former FBI Director James Comeywith many of his episodes making headlines. Wallace continued to feature high-profiled guests, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and “속보” star Bryan Cranston, every Sunday in his special segment “금주의 파워 플레이어,” and even chatted with stars like country music artist Dolly Parton and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson.

“마지막으로 17 and a half years, I took over, trying every week to get newsmakers from Washington and beyond off their carefully scripted talking points,” Wallace said in the special segment.

It’s been a job of a lifetime,” Wallace told “미국의 뉴스 룸” co-host Bill Hemmer, 금요일. “We had some really good, tense moments, funny moments, [과] touching moments.

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