Greta Van Susteren is an anchor who isn’t anchored to the studio or political agendas.
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She goes to the source of today’s most important news stories to get past the spin and cut to the truth.
A lawyer-turned-journalist, Greta applies her legal training to use a fact-driven approach to the biggest stories and most controversial matters.
The audience has loved it . . . she broke cable records by hosting the most highly rated show in her time slot for almost 15 years while working at the biggest of the big: Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC.
Greta’s integrity and style has resonated across the globe. In fact, she has made Forbes’ “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” list not once but six times.
Now, after a brief hiatus away from live daily cable news, Greta is back!
She’s back with her own signature daily show, “The Record With Greta Van Susteren,” on Newsmax, America’s fastest-growing cable news network.
Each weeknight Greta will lead Newsmax’s nightly programming, bringing the really big stories into America’s living rooms.
Greta knows the line between fact and opinion: Her role is finding the real story and letting viewers make their own opinions.
For Greta, a story doesn’t necessarily end.
She follows them. She tracks them. She sees where they go.
That’s why she is still in touch with the children who became orphans after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti in 2010.
Greta didn’t read about the world on the internet, she saw it up close and personal.
She has visited North Korea, Afghanistan, Iraq, the Middle East, South America, and Europe.
Her travels shape her abilities as a reporter and a journalist.
She’s interviewed presidents and vice presidents, House and Senate leaders, top judiciary and Supreme Court, cabinet ministers, foreign presidents, and prime ministers on five continents, as well as leaders from the worlds of business, entertainment, and sports.
Greta views journalism as a public service.
She’s on the frontlines gathering the news, interviewing the sources, and finally delivering all the facts to the American people.
Greta Van Susteren will let you decide. She always has.
You’re back on the national news stage. Why do you think it’s important that you be here?
There’s a lot going on in the world.
And you picked Newsmax and nightly cable news.
People know me. I have earned my credibility. I am fact-driven. I have traveled the world. I didn’t read about the world on the internet, I saw it up close and personal.
Everybody says politics and news are so polarized. You’re not. Why?
Guests trust that I’ll be fair. I have been able to book Democrats and Republicans. Nobody has ever walked off my set saying, “You are unfair or that was unfair.” They may not have liked the questions, but no one has said I was unfair.
You go into the field for breaking stories — not all anchors and hosts will do that. What drives you?
It’s always better to see things in person. Seeing things — that shapes you and shapes your reporting.