Louis Carl Dobbs is an American television commentator. He was an early promoter of birther conspiracy theories, which falsely posit that former U.S. President Barack Obama is not a natural born US citizen. He is known for anti-immigration views, as well as for various deep state conspiracy theories.
About Lou Dobbs in brief
Louis Carl Dobbs is an American television commentator. Dobbs joined CNN when it launched in 1980, serving as its chief economics correspondent and as host of the business news program Moneyline on CNN. He resigned from CNN for a short period of time in 1999 but rejoined the network in 2001. In 2011, he joined the Fox Business Network, resuming and anchoring his show, Lou Dobbs Tonight. He infuses his show with pro-Trump coverage. He was an early promoter of birther conspiracy theories, which falsely posit that former U.S. President Barack Obama is not a natural born US citizen. He is known for anti-immigration views, as well as for various deep state conspiracy theories and opposition to NAFTA and other trade deals. He has authored several books since 2001 and is a frequent guest on Fox News Channel and CNN.com. He also hosts a talk radio show on the Talk Radio Network, which airs from 8-11 p.m. ET. He lives on a 300-acre horse farm in Wantage Township, New Jersey. He married his high school sweetheart in 1969, and in 1970 their first son was born. He divorced his first wife in 1981 and later married Debi Lee Segura, a former CNN sports anchor. The couple raised four children together and have a son, a daughter, and a son-in-law. He and his wife have two step-daughters and one step-son-one-step-son. He currently lives with his wife Debi on a horse farm near Wantage, NJ.
His son is also a CNN anchor and former CNN anchor, and his daughter is a CNN producer and former anchor, as is his son- in-law, and daughter- in law, both of whom live in New York City. The Dobbs family has four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He had a son with his second wife, who was born in 2008. He now has a daughter with his third wife, whom he also has a step-daughter-on-one relationship with. His daughter has a son who lives in Los Angeles, California, and he has two grandchildren with his fourth wife. He recently had a daughter who lives with him in New Jersey and has three step-grandchildren. He previously lived in Yuma, Arizona, and got a job as a police and fire reporter for KBLU. He worked for federal anti-poverty programs in Boston and Washington, D. C., then returned to Idaho. He served as a corporate executive for CNN, as its executive vice president and as a member of CNN’s executive committee. In 1999, Dobbs announced that he was leaving the network to start up Space. com, a website devoted to space news. He later became one of the primary shareholders in that company and that year became that company’s chief executive officer. He left CNN in August 2000, and Dobbs returned the following year, at the behest of his friend and CNN founder Ted Turner, becoming host and managing editor of the new CNN News Sunday Morning.