Is It Just the FOX News Salary That Contributes to Monica Crowley’s Net Worth?
You might have known Monica Crowley from Fox News Channel. Currently working as a political and international affairs analyst, Monica is one of the highest paid female journalists in the country. Do you know she enjoys a staggering net worth of $4 million? Does only Fox News’ salary contribute to her net worth?
You might not know that Monica is involved in different reputed organizations. She is the host of “The Monica Crowley Show” on WABC Radio. If you may, she is also an online opinion editor for “The Washington Times.” You can also find her working in “Council on Foreign Relations.”
Till now, she has written columns for numerous publications such as “The New Yorker,” “The New York Post” and “The Wall Street Journal.” She is also the author of "Nixon off the Record: His Candid Commentary on People and Politics" (Random House, 1996), and "Nixon in the winter" (Random House, 1998).
Caption: Monica Crowley and Richard Nixon, the 37th President of United States of America.
Do you remember her being a foreign policy assistant to former President Richard Nixon from July 3, 1990, to 1994?
Yes, she served him until his death. In 2014, Monica recalled about the former president and wrote an article about him.
From the facts mentioned above, one can confidently say that only her Fox News' salary does not contribute to her net worth. Plus, she is worried about the economy, and the immigration crisis the world has been facing.
It doesn't serve our national interests to have this continuing swarm of illegal aliens. The purpose of our immigration laws is not to be compassionate or uncompassionate to the people coming into the country illegally. The purpose of our immigration laws is to serve our national interests.
Caption: Monica Crowley talks about the animosity between Republicans and Conservatives.
Monica is not married even though she has already reached 48 years. She is known for her inclination towards Republicans. The former Fox News host was appointed as senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council. However a few months later, she ceded the position after major plagiarism allegations on her works.
These claims have somewhat been debunked in recent time. One can read more about this here. This wasn't the only time she was accused of plagiarism as it was reported in 1999 that her column on President Nixon for The Wall Street Journal had significant similarities with a piece written eleven years earlier by Paul Johnson.