John Roberts Is Feeling OK After Doctors Diagnose, Repair Heart Issue

By A.J. Katz 

Fox News chief White House correspondent John Roberts has been experiencing some medical issues as of late, but it appears the team at MedStar Washington Hospital was able to diagnose and cure what had been ailing him: blocked arteries in his heart.

Roberts recently announced that he was going to be “pulling back from Twitter,” but news like this is certainly worth getting out to the masses.

The longtime TV newser joined Fox News in 2011, and was named FNC’s chief White House correspondent in December 2016.

Roberts, a Canadian-born journalist, has covered each presidential election since Bill Clinton in 1996. He reported on the 2016 Republican presidential primary and eventually President-elect Trump’s presidential campaign for Fox News. He has also provided coverage of breaking news stories for FNC, including the 2012 and 2016 debates and conventions, midterm elections, the murder trial of Robert Durst, the Ebola outbreak, and weather-related disasters, including the 2013 tornado in Oklahoma and the aftermath of Hurricane Irene in 2011.

Previous stints include CNN from 2006–2011, co-anchoring American Morning, anchoring of This Week at War, and serving as CNN’s senior national correspondent during his run at the network.
Before CNN, Roberts spent more than 14 years at CBS News, serving as chief White House correspondent, chief medical correspondent, as well as the anchor of the weekend editions of the CBS Evening News and CBS Morning News.