CNBC’s Shepard Smith hails ex-coworker Chris Wallace: ‘Not a partisan type’


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« I expect Chris Wallace to be ready, » said Smith « No one who has watched Chris Wallace thinks anything else that he is a very tough and very well prepared reporter And he has said repeatedly over the years, to me and publicly: « My job is to stay away and go unnoticed as much as possible » « 

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Smith, who left Fox News in October last year after 23 years on the network, said that Wallace « will not let a lie or a false statement or some sort of shiny object slip away »

« He’ll hold them [accountable] Both He’s not a partisan type He’s looking for the truth He’s trying to tell the truth to power and tries to get information out to the public That’s what all journalists want to do « Said Smith

Wallace has said he wants to remain as « invisible » as possible to avoid becoming the debating story that should be watched by 80 million people

« I try to get them to engage and focus on the key issues to give the people at home an idea of ​​why they want to vote for one over the other, » Wallace said.  » If I’ve done my job right, at the end of the night people will say, “It was a great debate, who was the moderator?”

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