Top political speaker for hire Juan Williams is a prominent figure in major news media who currently works as a political analyst for Fox News. Juan has become a very familiar face on the network after first becoming a contributor to Fox News Channel in 1997. He regularly appears on Fox News programs including Special Report with Bret Baier, The O’Reilly Factor, and FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace in addition to co-hosting The Five with a roundtable of political analysts.
Juan is an award-winning writer and has worked extensively in print journalism throughout his career as a news media contributor. He spent 20 years writing columns and working as a White House and national correspondent for The Washington Post covering every major political campaign up from 1980-2000. During his time with the Post, Juan interviewed a number of government figures and U.S. Presidents including Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan.
In 2000, Juan joined National Public Radio (NPR) as the host of the radio program Talk of The Nation which discussed current events and issues. He spent the next 10 years working as a show host and senior national correspondent for NPR while also contributing written columns to major print publications including Fortune, Time and GQ magazines. Juan has also authored several books centered around the Civil Rights Movement and black culture in America. He is the author of Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Years: 1954-1965, Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary and Enough.
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