Julie Banderas Biography, Age, Husband, Fox News And Twitter

Julie Banderas Biography

Julie Banderas born Julie E. Bidwell, is an American television news anchor for the Fox News Channel. She formerly used to host Fox Report Weekend until making her move to a weekday anchor role. She currently serves as a primary fill in anchor Monday-Friday. Jon Scott is her successor of the weekend program as of June 2018.

Banderas is a daughter of Fabiola R., a Colombian woman, and Howard D. Bidwell. Banderas has a sister named Melissa. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Emerson College.

Julie Banderas Age

She was born on September 25, 1973 in  Hartford, Connecticut, United States. She is 45 years old as of 2018.

Julie Banderas Husband

She is married to Andrew Sansone. They wedded in 2009.

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American news personality Julie thrilled everyone with a surprising announcement in 2018 – she had been synchronizing the balance between her married life and her mounting career all through her life.

Hartford native Julie eminently is famous for her work as a correspondent and anchor of the Fox News Channel. She serves as the anchor in a couple of programs on the network.

The former Fox host, who announced her leave on 1 July 2018, threw jibes against American Broadcast Journalist, Soledad O’Brien. She made fun of American columnist, Meghan McCain, who had a meltdown with the thought of Democrats Socialist coming for her inherited wealth.

The pair started a Twitter war among themselves. Julie had a swipe at Meghan’s distrust of Socialism. Meghan responded by stating that she was passionate and didn’t want her grandkids growing up in a socialist nation.

However, Julie replied in a somewhat unconventional way, bragging about had a busy life with four kids, ran a small business, anchored some TV shows, and had been an award-winning journalist.

That is when the retired Fox host tweeted in support of Meghan stating that Soledad was only seeking attention by tweeting to Meghan’s tweet.

She further added that she was also an award-winning journalist, mother of three and anchor of some TV shows. However, she supported strong women. Finally, she closed off the whole affair with friendly advice for Soledad stating that she should work on supporting smart women.

Julie Banderas Measurements

She weighs 64 kilograms and is 5 feet and 5 inches tall.

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Fox News anchor rips RNC chair for defending Trump attack on Brzezinski

Fox News anchor Julie Banderas blasted President Trump’s attacks on Mika Brzezinski Thursday, saying “that’s not how you run a country” and imploring Trump to “just walk away.”

Banderas hit Trump’s tweets during a segment with Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. Fox News carried the interview instead of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s remarks at a White House press briefing, according to The Washington Post.

McDaniel appeared on Fox to defend Trump’s early-morning tweets, in which he said Brzezinski was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” when he saw her last year at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

“Today, the president acted like a human, and he pushed back,” McDaniel said.

Banderas knocked McDaniel’s defense of Trump, saying the president didn’t “need to stoop to that level.”

“I don’t care who you are. You don’t stoop to the level of that. I mean that’s like me scolding my 4-year-old for using a bad word and then me repeating it. That’s just not how you run a country or you parent a 4-year-old,” Banderas said.

“I mean I have to be honest, you know, if you see this negative commentary on a show, change the channel. Ignore it. I mean that’s what I tell my kids: When somebody’s mean to you, don’t fight back. Just walk away.”

Banderas also defended former President Barack Obama’s lack of reaction to attacks on him during his presidency.

“People used to call him a Muslim. People used to call him under-qualified, a sellout to America, a hater of Israel,” she said. “I mean they called him every name in the book, but you didn’t see him lash out.”

Trump’s tweets sparked broad bipartisan outrage on Thursday.

“The President’s tweets today don’t help our political or national discourse and do not provide a positive role model for our national dialogue,” Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) said in a statement.

“Mr. President, your tweet was beneath the office and represents what is wrong with American politics, not the greatness of America,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wrote on Twitter.

Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-Texas) called on Trump to resign over the tweets.

I would argue that our responsibility is not to him, but to the American people. And he should resign,” she said.