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Trace Gallagher

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Trace Gallagher
Tracy G. Gallagher

September 10, 1961
EducationUniversity of San Diego
  • News anchor
  • reporter
  • journalist
EmployerFox News Channel

"Trace" Gallagher is an conservative American journalist and television news anchor for Fox News Channel.


Gallagher grew up in the ski resort town of Mammoth Lakes, California, where he was the quarterback for the Mammoth Huskies football team before he graduated from high school in 1979. Gallagher graduated from the University of San Diego where he majored in business[1] and played quarterback for the Torero football team.[2]

Fox News

Based in Los Angeles, Gallagher was co-anchor with Martha MacCallum of The Live Desk, a general assignment correspondent and substitute anchor for Studio B and Fox Report. During his time at Fox, Gallagher has reported on the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster and 2004 Southeast Asian tsunami.[1]

He has also worked at Fox's Chicago, San Francisco, and New York City bureaus. Previously Gallagher worked at WCPX (now WKMG) in Orlando, Florida, KYEL (now KSWT) in Arizona, KVBC (now KSNV) in Las Vegas, Nevada and KTVB in Boise, Idaho.

On February 1, 2010, The Live Desk was replaced with America Live with Megyn Kelly. Gallagher continues to anchor and report on Fox programs.[3]

Gallagher has publicly cited for making numerous dubious statements on air, including saying in July of 2022 that the COVID-19 misinformation banned on social media “all turned out to be accurate" - a major mischaracterization of the truth. [4] In 2020, despite regularly discussing defund the police policy, Gallagher was unable to name a single member of Congress who had actually advanced the policy. [5]


  1. ^ a b "Trace Gallagher | Fox News". Fox News. Retrieved November 5, 2020.
  2. ^ "1982 University of San Diego FOOTBALL YEARBOOK". University of San Diego. 1982. pp. 4, 8. Retrieved November 5, 2020 – via
  3. ^ Gold, Matea (January 20, 2010). "Fox News gives anchor Megyn Kelly her own two-hour show". Los Angeles Times.
  4. ^ Luciano, Michael (July 7, 2022). "Fox News' Trace Gallagher Claims Covid Misinformation Banned on Social Media 'All Turned Out to Be Accurate'". Mediaite.
  5. ^ Meyer, Ken (November 9, 2020). "Fox's Trace Gallagher Caught Flat-Footed When Asked to Name a Member of Congress Who Advanced Defunding the Police". Mediaite.

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