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The reshuffling of network TV correspondents continues.
Following new White House correspondents at NBC News and CNN, Fox News Channel says that Peter Doocy will join its White House team as a correspondent, after covering Joe Biden’s presidential campaign for much of the past year.
Doocy will join Kristin Fisher, who will remain a White House correspondent. John Roberts, who had been the chief White House correspondent during the Trump administration, is moving to an afternoon anchor role for the channel, part of larger scheduling changes Fox made earlier this week.
Doocy, who joined Fox in 2009 (and is the son of Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy), had covered a number of Democratic campaigns before being named to the Biden beat. In 2014 he also secured the first interview with Robert O’Neill, the former Navy SEAL who claimed to fire the shots that killed Osama Bin Laden.
Earlier this week, NBC News named Peter Alexander and Kristen Welker its chief White House correspondents, while CNN named Kaitlin Collins chief White House correspondent and Phil Mattingly senior White House correspondent.
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