Grab all the details of Fox News correspondent Bret Baier’s plastic surgery speculations.
Born on 4th August 1970, Bret Baier is the leading political correspondent of Fox. More notably, he hosts Special Report with Bret Baier on Fox News.
Earlier, he served as Chief White House Reporter and Pentagon correspondent for the network.
Recently, the TV news host is the subject of plastic surgery speculations. Did he really go under the knife? Let’s find out.
Bret Baier Denied Getting Plastic Surgery – Is He Telling the Truth?
Never had any plastic surgery. But thanks for watching. https://t.co/TNb60OuVCe
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) October 22, 2018Advertisement
Bret Baier is adamant he’s never performed cosmetic surgery. Perhaps he was telling the truth in the past, but is he being honest right now?
Back in 2018, the Fox News anchor tweeted,
Thoughts on the show from Tampa? Suggestions? Back in DC tomorrow and back on the road to WI next Monday.
One user immediately responded,
Lay off the plastic surgery, you’re too pulled back.Advertisement
Following the accusation of plastic surgery, Bret responded,
Never had any plastic surgery. But thanks for watching (the show).
At the time it looked quite obvious the reporter had never gone under the knife. His impressive looks on TV was all-natural aided by a bit of makeup.
Fast forward a couple of years, Bret Baier has definitely undergone some form of cosmetic operations. Noticing this, one user wrote,
I think he looks like the rest of the fox and ex fox anchors, they must all use the same surgeon, Shepard, and billing, stretch and stretch until it breaks.
It’s unclear the exact procedures the Fox anchor performed, but our best bet would be Botox and fillers. As a matter of fact, these techniques are quite common in the media industry.
Dr. Monasebian claims imperfect skin and facial characteristics that are not proportionate (large noses, small lips, wide ears) are some of the most prominent stuff called “distraction” in the news industry.
TV news outlets conduct focus group testing to get a snapshot into the audiences’ minds and tastes, including an anchor’s hair, appearance, and outfit.
Bret Baier Defends Media Criticism of Trump Over White House Return
Fox News’ Bret Baier became the living embodiment of a reasoned news report during an Outnumbered episode, which began with a video clip of numerous news personalities giddily moaning about President Donald Trump‘s return to the White House while healing from COVID-19.
The segment began with a surprised set of Morning Joe mocking President Trump for urging the country not to be scared of a virus that claimed the lives of 211,000 American citizens.
Fox News audiences also saw CNN’s Alisyn Camerota denouncing Trump for breaching medical guidelines, followed by Morning Joe’s ridicule.
Overall, it was a pretty mild media compilation, but that didn’t deter Melissa Francis from exclaiming “Wow! that is full freak-out.”
Since Katie Pavlich’s surprisingly simplistic media attention of Pavlich-ian, Francis switched to Baier for his appraisal of the media coverage of Monday night’s surreal press op undertaken by Covid-stricken Commander in Chief.
Baier admitted certain opinion reporters are often over the top. She said:
if you let emotion get into your reporting and how you describe things, then it goes over an edge. You go over your skis and you say something that is very opinionated.
But then he turned the focus to cover what the president did, and why the president should be even-handed, demonstrating why he got his photoshoot, and he put the mask back on.
In the event that his fellow panel members on Outnumbered were ignorant, Trump’s treatment of his coronavirus infection posed a possible threat to the White House.
The Fox News anchor noted,
There are people inside the White House complex who have contracted coronavirus.
Bret Baier added that a couple of housekeepers were diagnosed too.