Facts of Monica Crowley
Monica Crowley is an American spokeswoman, political commentator, and writer best known for her appearances as a contributor in the Fox News Channel. In 2016, she was hired as President's National Security Advisor to Donald Trump Administration but she willingly departed from her position after her Plagiarism Controversy on her Ph.D. document. She also served as the columnist for several reputed media including New York Post, the Washington Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
Crowley is rumored to be single in 2019. Currently, she has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Monica Crowley Salary and Net worth
Crowley is a lovely lady with a graceful personality. She has earned a considerable amount of money from her glorious career in journalism. According to various tabloids, her current net worth as of 2019 is around $4 million.
Her main source of income is her career as a commentator. Her annual salary at Fox News was about $200,000.
As a contributor for Fox News, Crowley earns an average of salary $60,330. While working for the Washington Times as an editor, her annual salary was $81,249. Further, she earns an annual wage of more than $84,232 as a political analyst.
Earnings from her books:
- Nixon off the record (1996) = $0.10 in Hardcover and $1.34 in Paperback.
- Nixon in Winter (1998) = $1.99 in Hardcover.
- What the (Bleep) Just Happened? (2012) = $10.99 in Kindle and $0.25 in Hardcover.
- What The Bleep Just Happened: The Warrior's Guide To The Great Copy and Paste (2017) = $10.99 in Paperback.
Monica Crowley Bio and Early Life
Crowley was born on 19th September 1968, in Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Arizona to American parents. She holds an American nationality with white ethnic background. Her zodiac sign is Taurus.
She also has a sister named, Jocelyn Elise.
Crowley completed her bachelor’s degree from Colgate University majoring in Political Science. She received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in International Relations in 2000.
Monica Crowley Professional Life
Crowley began writing letters to previous President Richard Nixon at the University and, fortunately, got signed as a research assistant. She was only 22 years old at that time. After working with the President, Crowley sharpened her media skills to some another level.
Crowley also worked as a publishing consultant and consultant for Nixon's last two books, and after his death, she dedicated two books to him, Nixon in Winter and Nixon Off the record. Crowley worked as a writer for various companies, such as The Street Wall Journal, The New York Post, LA Times, to name a few of her outstanding works.
Crowley's career accelerated in 1996 when she joined the Fox News Channel as a political analyst. She also appeared as a guest host for Bill O'Reilly on his show The O'Reilly Factor and served as a panelist on Greg Gutfield show Red Eye w/ with Greg Gutfeld occasionally.
She was later appointed as the deputy national security advisor for President Donald Trump’s administration.
Monica Crowley Personal Life
Monica Crowley is pretty confidential about her personal life and prefers keeping her private life away from the media. She is unmarried but it is rumored to be dating the director and producer, Bill Siegel.
Their alleged affair hit the pitch after the duo was seen at a cocktail party together with their friends. It was rumored in 2011 that the couple got engaged but no news was out afterward. Reportedly, the duo has been in a relationship since 2007, according to some online sources. However, none of them have talked about the rumors and it's authenticity.
As of 2018, she is not married to her husband and might be single as she has not been seen with someone who could be her possible boyfriend for a long time.
Monica Crowley's Body Measurement
- Height = 5 feet 2 inches (1.57m).
- Weight = 52kg
- Body Measurement = 36-26-36 inches
- Age = 51 as of 2018
Conservative commentator Monica Crowley captured a great deal of media attention after being accused of plagiarism in Richard Nixon 's column for The Wall Street Journal which was written by her.
At the end of 2016, Crowley began working in the Trump administration as Deputy National Security Advisor to the National Security Council. After her plagiarism reports, however, she also left the position.
In 2017, Politico also claimed that her Ph.D. document had more than a dozen copied sections of text with exactly the same materials from other academic work without proper attribution.