What would be more beautiful than having someone always beside you to share all your happiness and sorrow?
Juan Williams and wife Susan Delisa are enjoying their 38 years of married life now. Juan married Susan in July 1978. Susan has always been supportive in his every up and down. Along with the pleasing relation, the couple is blessed with three children.
The eldest among three is daughter Rae, followed by two sons - Antonio (Tony) and Raphael (Raffi). His both son live a successful life and are linked to politics in some way. Unlike their father, Tony and Raffi are inclined towards Republican.
Anyways, looking at the children, we can say that Juan and Susan have given them a remarkable upbringing. Williams also became the grandfather of two twin daughters Pepper and Wesley some years ago. The family photo from Tony’s marriage found as going through the Facebook timeline of Juan have been attached herein.
Isn’t he an exemplary personality? He is a highly dedicated journalist and at the same time, he is an excellent husband. Even the rumors of his conflicts in family life are not heard. Hopefully, we will not hear about the divorce of Juan in the upcoming days as well.
Even his fans love his quality of handling personal and professional life with same efficiency. Here are some of the tweet from his fans who wish best for Juan and his family.
@TheJuanWilliams I always get on your case … so I’d like to tell you - you have a beautiful family!! :-)— Milhealth (@milhealth) May 9, 2016
Juan Williams is currently the political analyst and correspondent for Fox News Channel. He is also the co-host of show “The Five” in Fox Channel. He joined the Channel as a contributor in 1997. Initially, he started his career in The Washington post and then in other popular media including national public radio, Fox news channel, New York Times and much more.
Moreover, he is an author of the hugely admired book "Eyes on the Prize: American’s Civil Rights Years" (1954-1965) and also a companion to the documentary series of the same name which is about the African-American civil rights movement. He has also contributed his writings to various magazines like TIME, Fortune, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic.
An outstanding journalist, Juan Williams, has covered almost every political campaign since 1980. He has also involved actively in the coverage of the current presidential campaign. Additionally, he is a great interviewer who has interviewed various leading personalities including President Obama, former President George w. Bush, former President Bill Clinton and former President Reagan.
Juan has won many awards for his out magnificent journalistic practices like Emmy Award (1989), columnist of the year, Washingtonian (1982), Front page Award, Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild (1979), Education Writers of America(1979) and much more.
Juan Williams leaves 'The Five'
Juan Williams has been replaced by Bob Beckel on the 'The Five' after he recuperated from his Injury. Apparently, Fox tried their best to get Bob Beckel back on the show and when he agreed Juan Williams got the boot. Although he seemed quite fine with the sequences of actions. Bob himself was quite excited about being back and was quoted saying,
"I’m thrilled for the opportunity to go home again and join my television family around the table of The Five. I have no doubt it will be a vigorous yet entertaining debate"
Juan Wiliams now mostly writes articles for Fox News and does a great journalism work while still working as a Political analyst for Fox news. Here's an interesting article by him in recent times about the collision of Donald Trump and the GOP with reality.
Juan: A Short Bio
Born of black ethnicity, Juan Antonio Williams was born on April 10, 1954. He received the graduation of a baccalaureate in philosophy from Haverford College in 1976. Juan shares a huge net worth 2 million dollars.#Journalist #Fox News Channel #The Five