Lucky Break! Famous Columnist Monica Crowley is Leaving Fox News to Join Mr. Trump's Administration!
- Ex-Boyfriend Bill Siegel (Rumored)
- Lesbian No
- Eye Color Blue
- Hair Color Blonde
- Hair Long
- Weight N/A
- Height/ How Tall? 5'2" (1.57 m)
- College Colgate University
- Career 1990-present
- Net Worth $4 Million (Estimated)
- Date of Birth Sep 19, 1968
- Age 54 Years, 4 Months
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Relationship Status Single
- Children/Kids Not Yet
- Sister/s Jocelyn Elise Crowley
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Zodiac Sign Taurus
- Birth Name Monica Elizabeth Crowley
- Profession Commentator
- Nationality American
Earlier today the Trump’s transition team announced that the Fox News Channel commentator Monica Crowley was hired as a senior director of strategic communications for the national security council.
The announcement of Crowley’s appointment was first reported by the daily beast, which means she will no longer serve Fox as an analyst and probably will stop hosting the weekend radio program on which she served for almost a decade and a half. Soon after the announcement, contract with the Fox has also been terminated to get along with Trump’s administration.
For her current role in the white house, she stated,
“I am deeply honored, humbled and grateful to be asked by the President-elect to join the extraordinary national security team he is assembling. With vision, courage, and moral clarity, he is committed fully to re-establishing America's singular place in the world. He is also committed to selecting the best people for the jobs of keeping the American people safe and the country secure. It will be a great privilege to serve with them."
She will be replacing Ben Rhodes, who currently serves as the Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications. Rhodes has a significant hand in polishing the administration’s global security policies which later on were sold to the world.
Crowley got a warm welcome for her newest role. She got wishes from many.
The loyal supporter of Trump and critic of Obama has served as a political analyst for NPR, MSNBC and Fox News in 1998. Before that, she started her career in politics as a foreign policy assistant to former President Richard Nixon in late 1980s.
Dr. Crowley is a columnist and online opinion editor for The Washington Times has supported Trump during his race to the White House. We could also see that in her tweets. Recently she tweeted about the army navy thing.
Our president-elect arrived to a standing ovation from the great servicemen of our Army and Navy! #ArmyNavyGameDay #MakeAmericaGreatAgain pic.twitter.com/lEdZw1h5iZ — The Trump Train (@The_Trump_Train) December 10, 2016
She has been tweeting about the updates of Trump's tap for the administration.
The open critic of Obama and Clinton, Crowley talked about foreign policy positions, particularly disinclination to the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” which happened to be the hot issues for the conservatives.
She also gave her combustible comments on the very topic about Muslims which also embeds Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin.
She wrote in The Washington Times in November 2015 that only snippet refugees were arriving from Syria were fleeing “war and persecution” and she wrote,
“the other 90 percent are from else where in the Middle East, North Africa and countries like Pakistan and Indonesia who are using the European Union’s open doors open borders policy to reach the West for social welfare and the longer-term goal of spreading Islam.”
In addition to that, on 2015, right-wing pundit Crowley tweet in regard to the Berlin Wall which was out of use in 1989 after decades as a symbol of humanity and political failure. That was a compelling argument which favored Donald Trump's proposal to build a wall on a United States’ border with Mexico.
Along with the Crowley, ex-Fox analyst KT McFarland got tapped to the president-elect’s national security council in November. Both of them will serve to Trump’s national security adviser retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn’s deputy. Also, a doctorate veteran retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg will be serving as chief of staff and executive secretary of the national security council.
Flynn said in a statement,
“I am honored to to have General Kellogg and Dr. Crowley on the National Council.”
Furthermore, it will be interesting to see, the work of the new members of the administration and how they will get along with the vows related to the North Korea’s nuclear program as mentioned by Trump’s transition.