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Chris Wallace Marks Ten Years as Host of ‘Fox News Sunday’

Chris-Wallace2Chris Wallace celebrates his tenth anniversary as host of “Fox News Sunday” this weekend. “If you look at our interviews, I think they tend to be tougher, more informative, more interesting and produce more news,” he tells the AP’s David Bauder. “I like where we stand.” Wallace also says he’s not planning on making any career moves soon:

Wallace, 66, who covered the White House for NBC News during the Ronald Reagan administration and also moderated ‘‘Meet the Press,’’ said ‘‘there is a special joy in having the best job of your career in the home stretch of your career.’’

For the Wallace family, ‘‘home stretch’’ is a relative term. His dad, Mike, who died last year at 93, worked at ‘‘60 Minutes’’ until he was almost 90. ‘‘When I was hired by Roger [Ailes] 10 years ago, I said, ‘Looking at my father’s career, I can only give you 30 years,’’’ he said. ‘‘So it’s 10 down, 20 to go.’’

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