Lawrence Jones is presently a co-host of Fox and Companions and the host of Lawrence Jones Cross Country on Fox News.
He got promoted to work as a co-host of Fox and Friends in August 2023, after beforehand filling in as the program’s venture journalist and a substitute host. But what happened to Lawrence Jones?
Who is Lawrence Jones?
Lawrence Jones or Lawrence Billy Jones III was welcomed to the earth on the 10th of December in the year 1992.
He is a renowned American libertarian author, and political commentator and serves as a co-host in the weekday edition of the prominent program Fox and Friends on the Fox News Channel.
Lawrence gained popularity and fame in the year 2015 when he started
raising money for a pizza shop that rejected catering for a wedding of gay. Likewise, he has worked as a host for Lawrence Jones Cross Country in the years 2022 and 2023.
Lawrence was taken care of by his parents Tameria (his mother) and Lawrence Jones II (his father). Jones has expressed that he filled in as the “youth Mayor” of Garland, Texas in 2009.
He completed his undergraduate degree from Garland High School in 2011 and concentrated on political theory and law enforcement at the University of North Texas.
Jones was recruited as an understudy advocate in the Garland Independent School District, turning into their most youthful employee.
At the point when he was 19, he ran for a seat on the educational committee for this locale however lost the election.
In the year 2012, Jones was on the Garland Parks and Entertainment Board.
In 2013, FreedomWorks honored him with the title ‘Activist of the Year.’ That year, he went covert for Venture Veritas, a conservative organization established by James O’Keefe known for sharing deceptively edited videos, to uncover charges of misrepresentation among sellers who selected people in the medical services commercial center of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
He is the host of The Lawrence Jones Show on The Blaze Radio Network. He also contributed to the conservative TV program Dana, facilitated by Dana Loesch on Blaze Media.
What happened to Lawrence Jones?
Fox News has made some changes to its morning show. Lawrence Jones is selected to work as a co-anchor of Fox and Friends, where he will join long-lasting hosts Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade and Ainsley Earhardt on weekday mornings, as decided by Fox News.
Jones will likewise go on in his job as an enterprise reporter for the program.
His weekend show Lawrence Jones Cross Country will end with his new advancement, with Kilmeade assuming control over the 9 p.m. Saturday timeslot.
Lawrence Jones alluded that he felt honored after being selected as a member of the cable news legacy that Fox News has made with Fox and Friends, the show which provided the way for Lawrence to enter in the world of television, where he made the very first television appearance of himself.
He further added that it is a privilege for anyone to update his audience from time to time and he cannot wait more to do such a job every day.
Fox claims that Lawrence Jones is the youngest Black co-host in cable news and got promoted this soon.
Kilmeade and Doocy started working as a co-host of the morning show starting around 1998, while Earhardt joined in 2016. Previous co-hosts have included Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Gretchen Carlson.
Jones is the most recent example of Fox making changes to its arrangement, following its early evening reshuffling recently, which was made because of the ouster of 8 p.m. host Tucker Carlson in the spring.
Dan Bongino and Steve Hilton additionally left Fox’s weekend arrangement, with the channel extending Mark Levin’s hours. What’s more, recently the channel expanded anchor Bret Baier’s agreement.
Furthermore, he is additionally the most recent change in the television news morning show wars, where Fox and Friends have for some time been the cable news pioneer (Good Morning America of ABC has got victory over the broadcast morning battle of late).
While MSNBC’s Morning Joe has been steady, CNN added Phil Mattingly and Kasie Hunt recently. Today’s show added Laura Jarrett as a co-anchor and will shift the program back to New York from Washington D.C.