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'’’Jesse Watters''' (born 9 July 1978) is an American journalist, media critic, analyst, pundit, and ambush interviewer who works for the [[Fox News Channel]]. He rose to fame in the "Watters World" segments on the former show ''[[The O'Reilly Factor]]'', where he would conduct interviews on the street exposing the ignorance of many Americans pertaining to basic facts about United States history and current events.
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''''Jesse Watters''' (born 9 July 1978) is an American journalist, media critic, analyst, pundit, and ambush interviewer who works for the [[Fox News Channel]]. He rose to fame in the "Watters World" segments on the former show ''[[The O'Reilly Factor]]'', where he would conduct interviews on the street exposing the ignorance of many Americans pertaining to basic facts about United States history and current events.
  
 
He is, as of April 2017, a co-host on ''[[The Five]]'', replacing [[Eric Bolling]] who was given a solo show. He also hosts his own weekend show, called ''Watters World''. Noelle Inguagiato Watters is his wife, with whom he has two children. Watters identifies as an Episcopalian.<ref>http://video.foxnews.com/v/4507534022001/?#sp=show-clips Watters states this around the 4:30 mark.</ref>
 
He is, as of April 2017, a co-host on ''[[The Five]]'', replacing [[Eric Bolling]] who was given a solo show. He also hosts his own weekend show, called ''Watters World''. Noelle Inguagiato Watters is his wife, with whom he has two children. Watters identifies as an Episcopalian.<ref>http://video.foxnews.com/v/4507534022001/?#sp=show-clips Watters states this around the 4:30 mark.</ref>

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'Jesse Watters (born 9 July 1978) is an American journalist, media critic, analyst, pundit, and ambush interviewer who works for the Fox News Channel. He rose to fame in the "Watters World" segments on the former show The O'Reilly Factor, where he would conduct interviews on the street exposing the ignorance of many Americans pertaining to basic facts about United States history and current events.

He is, as of April 2017, a co-host on The Five, replacing Eric Bolling who was given a solo show. He also hosts his own weekend show, called Watters World. Noelle Inguagiato Watters is his wife, with whom he has two children. Watters identifies as an Episcopalian.[1]

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  1. http://video.foxnews.com/v/4507534022001/?#sp=show-clips Watters states this around the 4:30 mark.

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