Heather Nauert

Heather Nauert

Heather Nauert is an American news anchor for Fox News Channel. She is the co-host of Fox and Friends First early morning news hour.
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US on Syria: 'I don't know what some of you expect us to do'
CNN - about 17 hours
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert struggled to describe specific steps the State Department and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are taking to end the violence in Syria at the agency's briefing on Thursday, exclaiming, "I don't know what some of you expect us to do," while arguing that the administration is "fully engaged."
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Pilot killed as Russian jet shot down by Syrian rebels
Yahoo News - 20 days
Syrian rebels shot down a Russian warplane for the first time on Saturday and Russia’s defence ministry said the pilot was killed as he resisted capture by jihadists.  The Su-25 was destroyed over the rebel-held northwestern province of Idlib as it provided air support to pro-Assad regime forces attacking the city of Saraqeb. Video footage showed the Russian jet manoeuvring over Idlib and then a parachute emerging after it was hit.  “The pilot had enough time to announce he had ejected into the zone, under the control of al-Nusra Front fighters," the Russian defence ministry said, referring to a jihadist group linked to al-Qaeda. "The pilot was killed in fighting against terrorists." The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) also said the pilot was killed as he resisted being taken captive. But several opposition activists claimed he was already dead by the time rebel fighters reached him and he appeared to have died during ejection.  #Breaking Jaish al-Nasr releases clearer foot...
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Trump administration suspends security aid to Pakistan over terrorism complaints
LATimes - about 2 months
After a series of angry exchanges with Pakistan, the Trump administration announced Thursday it was suspending security assistance to Islamabad until the country moves aggressively against local militants who have attacked U.S. troops in neighboring Afghanistan. Heather Nauert, the State Department...
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Trump suspends security aid to Pakistan
Chicago Times - about 2 months
The Trump administration will suspend most security assistance to Pakistan, the State Department said on Thursday, expanding its retribution over militant safe havens that U.S. officials blame for ongoing violence in Afghanistan. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert, speaking to reporters,...
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U.S. State Department email restored after global outage
Yahoo News - 6 months
The U.S. State Department's email service has been restored after an approximately half-day outage, spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Friday. State Department officials worldwide stopped receiving emails on the agency's unclassified system around 2 a.m. EDT (0600 GMT) on Friday, officials said.
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A Sonic Attack in Cuba? How an Acoustic Weapon Might Work
Yahoo News - 7 months
A supersecret sonic weapon being used to attack diplomats in a foreign country may sound like the start of a sci-fi novel, but that's exactly what several U.S. diplomats in Cuba may have been exposed to, the U.S. State Department recently announced. The physical symptoms, which the State Department would not confirm, but which some news reports have suggested included hearing loss, got so bad that some of these officials had to be recalled from their duties in Havana. "Some U.S. government personnel who were working at our embassy in Havana, Cuba, on official duties — so they were there working on behalf of the U.S. embassy there — they've reported some incidents which have caused a variety of physical symptoms," Heather Nauert, a spokeswoman for the State Department, said in a news briefing Aug. 9.
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State Dept. on US-China relationship amid NKorea campaign
Fox News - 7 months
Rich Edson questions Heather Nauert
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U.S. says two Cuban diplomats expelled after 'incidents' in Havana
Yahoo News - 7 months
By Yeganeh Torbati and Sarah Marsh WASHINGTON/HAVANA (Reuters) - The United States said it had expelled two Washington-based Cuban diplomats in May after unspecified "incidents" caused physical symptoms in Americans serving at the U.S. Embassy in Havana that an unnamed official said included hearing loss. U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters on Wednesday the exact nature of the incidents was unclear, but the Americans serving in Cuba returned to the United States for non life-threatening "medical reasons." The United States first learned of the issues at the embassy in late 2016, she said.
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U.S. says Iran rocket test breaches U.N. resolution
Yahoo News - 7 months
DUBAI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran successfully tested a rocket that can deliver satellites into orbit, state television reported on Thursday, an action the United States said breaches a U.N. Security Council resolution because of its potential use in ballistic missile development. Iranian state television showed footage of the firing of the rocket, mounted on a launchpad carrying pictures of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Republic, and Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The rocket launch violated United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Thursday.
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Tillerson takes time off as State Dept. refuses to say he is happy in his role
CNN - 7 months
Amid reports Tillerson is frustrated and considering resigning, spokesperson Heather Nauert refused to say Tuesday whether the Secretary of State is happy.
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State Department: China can do a whole lot more to bring pressure to North Korea
Fox News - 8 months
Reporting by Rich Edson President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet again tomorrow. President Trump said they made tremendous progress in their first meeting three months ago. Since then, this relationship has yielded disappointment. China is the centerpiece of what the Trump administration calls its pressure campaign to isolate North Korea and force it to abandon its nuclear programs. North Korea has continued developing its weapons programs, successfully testing for the first time—and on the 4th of July—an intercontinental ballistic missile. State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert says they believe China can do more. “I think we view it as there’s a lot of work left to be done. We’re still somewhat early on it the overall pressure campaign against North Korea. We continue to believe that China can do a whole lot more to try to bring additional pressure to North Korea.” China accounts for about 90% of North Korea’s trade and Chinese government da...
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Blockade continues as Qatar rejects demands
Fox News - 8 months
Reporting by Rich Edson Saudi Arabia, Egypt, The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain want Qatar to cut its support for the Muslim Brotherhood, close the Al Jazeera Network, and eject the Turkish military presence in Qatar. These are just a few of more than a dozen demands Arab neighbors want Qatar to agree to in exchange for ending their month long blockade and isolation campaign. In a meeting in Cairo following Qatar’s rejection of their terms, the four Arab nations announced no new sanctions against Qatar even though its “continued interference in the affairs of the Arab States and its support for extremism and terrorism and the consequent threats to the security of the region.” Qatar denies it supports terrorism and says its Arab adversaries label their political opponents as terrorists to silence them. The United States says Qatar has improved in fighting terrorist financing, though it must continue addressing the problem. President Trump has sided with Saudi Arabia a...
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U.S. plans to sell Taiwan about $1.42 billion in arms
Yahoo News - 8 months
By David Brunnstrom and Arshad Mohammed WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States plans to sell Taiwan $1.42 billion in arms, the first such sale under the administration of Donald Trump and a move sure to anger China, whose help the president has been seeking to rein in North Korea. U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters the administration had told Congress of the seven proposed sales on Thursday. The State Department said the package included technical support for early warning radar, high speed anti-radiation missiles, torpedoes and missile components.
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WATCH: State Dept. spokesperson clarifies 'bona fide relationships' under partial travel ban
ABC News - 8 months
State Dept. spokesperson Heather Nauert faced a barrage of questions about the limited travel ban taking effect this evening.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Heather Nauert
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 39
    She is married and gave birth to her first child on October 7, 2009.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1996
    Age 26
    Before first joining Fox News Channel, in 1996 Nauert was a reporter for the syndicated weekly business program, First Business.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Age 0
    Born on January 27, 1970.
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