Fox News host Jesse Watters called his mom live on air and was told to stop bashing President Biden and spreading conspiracy theories. She said, “You could encourage that Bedminster friend of yours to return to his earlier career on television. Everyone in his audience could wear a red hat.”

Who is Anne Watters?

Anne Watters is the mother of news presenter Jesse Watters.

Jesse Watters is an American conservative political commentator, television host, and producer.

Jesse Watters began his career at Fox News as a production assistant in 2002. Over the years, he rose through the ranks and became a prominent on-air personality. He is known for his segment called “Watters’ World,” which features man-on-the-street interviews and political commentary.

Watters gained significant attention for his appearances on the Fox News program “The O’Reilly Factor,” hosted by Bill O’Reilly. He was known for his “Watters’ World” segments on the show, where he would interview people in public settings and ask them questions about current events and politics.

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In 2017, Jesse Watters joined the panel show “The Five” on Fox News as a co-host. The show features a group of rotating hosts who discuss and debate the day’s top news stories and political issues. Watters has become a regular contributor on the program, providing his conservative perspective.

Throughout his career, Jesse Watters has been involved in various controversies. He has faced criticism for some of his comments and interviews, which have been perceived as biased or insensitive by some viewers and critics. These controversies have sparked debates and discussions about journalistic ethics and professionalism.

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Jesse Watters was born on July 9, 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He attended Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history.