Fox News' Dana Perino: How I went from Wyoming to the White House, and then got a hit show on Fox News

Dana Perino didn’t crave the limelight. Then she landed one of the most public jobs — as George W. Bush's White House press secretary. Now Perino is at Fox News, where her star has been rising in the wake of sexual-harassment scandals at the network. The scandals led to the ouster of its CEO and a number of on-air talent, including its biggest star, Bill O’Reilly. On this episode of "Success! How I Did It," Perino spoke with Business Insider US Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell about how she went from Wyoming to DC, met her husband on an airplane, and ended up hosting two shows on Fox News — where some call her "the voice of reason."

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