Meghan McCain Biography
Meghan McCain is a conservative columnist, author, and television personality from the United States. She has worked for ABC News, Fox News, and MSNBC, among others.
How old is Meghan McCain? – Age
She is 36 years old as of 23 October 2021. She was born in 1984 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Her real name is Meghan Marguerite McCain.
Is Cindy McCain The mother of Meghan? – Family
McCain is the eldest of Senator John McCain and Cindy McCain’s four children. She went to Phoenix Country Day School and Xavier College Preparatory, a private Catholic high school for girls. She received her bachelor’s degree in art history from Columbia University in 2007.
When did Meghan McCain get Married? – Wife
McCain engaged conservative writer and commentator Ben Domenech in July 2017. On November 21, 2017, they married at McCain’s family ranch in Page Springs, Arizona. McCain revealed in July 2019 that she had miscarried earlier that year. In 2020, she gave birth to the couple’s first child, a girl named Liberty.
What degree does Meghan McCain have?
She went to Phoenix Country Day School and Xavier College Preparatory, a private Catholic high school for girls. She received her bachelor’s degree in art history from Columbia University in 2007. McCain wanted to be a music journalist and worked as an intern at Newsweek and Saturday Night Live.
Meghan McCain Salary
When compared to CNN, ABC, CBS, and other national news organizations, Fox News anchors earn the most. The average annual salary for a FOX news anchor is $75,000, or $36 per hour. Fox news anchor salaries are higher than the national average of $58 thousand for all news anchors.
Meghan McCain Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Meghan McCain Politics
McCain describes herself as “a woman who despises labels, boxes, and stereotypes” and describes herself as a Republican who is “liberal on social issues.” When she was 18, she registered as an independent voter and voted for John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election. She supports her father’s views on global warming, stem-cell research, and environmental legislation.
McCain supports her father’s views on global warming, stem-cell research, and environmental legislation. She was initially opposed to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but later changed her mind. Her father supported the Arizona SB1070 anti-illegal immigration law, which she opposed. McCain supported repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and allowing gay and lesbian service members to serve openly in the United States military. In 2015, she co-hosted GLAAD’s Concert for Love and Acceptance in Nashville. McCain called the Trump administration’s ban on transgender people serving in the military “unfair, un-American, and dangerous.”
What does Ben Domenech do for a living? – Career
McCain launched McCain Blogette in 2007, documenting her father’s presidential campaign and musing on fashion, music, and pop culture. McCain announced on her blog on June 12, 2008, that she had changed her party registration to Republican. McCain discusses how she nearly overdosed on Xanax on the day of the election in her book Dirty Sexy Politics.
McCain first contributed to The Daily Beast in January 2009. She published an article titled “My beef with Ann Coulter” in March 2009. She questioned Republican support for conservative author and columnist Ann Coulter in this article. Laura Ingraham, a conservative radio talk show host, compared McCain to a “valley girl” in response to McCain’s article. McCain responded to Ingraham in a second article titled “Laura Ingraham, Stop Talking About My Weight.”
She signed a six-figure book deal with Hyperion in April 2009 for her work on Supriya Jindal and Ann Coulter. McCain claimed that “a war is brewing in the Republican Party” between the past and the future, and that “most of the old school Republicans are scared shitless” of it. She also stated that Karl Rove’s Twitter following of her can be “creepy,” and that she needs to “reclaim Twitter from the creepy people.”
McCain’s autobiography, Dirty Sexy Politics, was released in September 2010. In it, she expresses her thoughts on Sarah Palin and describes her interactions with McCain campaign staff. McCain canceled an appearance at Juniata College during the book’s promotional tour due to “unforeseen professional circumstances.”
McCain’s road trip with comedian Michael Ian Black resulted in their collaboration on her 2012 book, America, You Sexy Bitch: A Love Letter to Freedom. In it, she criticizes Republican strategist Karl Rove for what she believes was his role in the attacks on her younger sister during her father’s 2000 presidential campaign, while praising Bill Clinton for his actions during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Raising McCain, her road-trip talk show, premiered in September 2013 on the new Pivot cable and satellite television channel; it was canceled in January 2014. She was later added as a co-host to the show TakePart Live on the same channel, beginning in May 2014, alongside Jacob Soboroff.