Martha MacCallum Prepares To Launch Her 7 pm show; Will Report On Comming 100 Days Of President Trump
- Date of Birth 1964-01-31
- Age 57 Years 1 Month(s)
- Nationality American
- Birth Place Buffalo, New York, United States
- Profession Journalist
- Birth Name Martha Bowes MacCallum
- Zodiac Sign Aquarius
- Religion Catholic
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Father Douglas C. MacCallum Jr.
- Mother Elizabeth B. MacCallum
- Brother/s P. Violet MacCallum, Peter MacCallum
- Sister/s Velma Rideout, Martha Legge, Martha Wells
- Son/s Harry MacCallum Gregory & Edward Reed Gregory
- Daughter/s Elizabeth Bowes Gregory
- Relationship Status Married
- Husband/Spouse Daniel John Gregory (m. 1992)
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Wedding Date August 22, 1992
- Dating/Affair No
- Salary $700 Thousand Per Year
- Net Worth $8 Million (Estimated)
- High School Ramapo High School
- College St. Lawrence University
- Height/ How Tall? 5' 4" (1.63 m)
- Weight 65 kg (143 Lbs)
- Feet (Shoe) Size 8 (US)
- Hair Long
- Hair Color Blonde
- Eye Color Blue
- Body Measurements 36-24-36 inches
- Lesbian No
The ‘American Newsroom’ co-anchor Martha Maccallum has now moved to primetime premiering her new show ‘The First 100 Days’. The show is premiering on 16th January following the launch of President-elect Donald Trump’s new administration and his works during the very first 100 days of his tenure. Maccallum’s new show which got aired on Monday 7 p.m.
Caption: The premiere of "The First 100 Days" (published on 16th January).
The name of the show itself defines many things with the new boost up that will be going to be in the headlines. Yes, we are talking about Trump’s way to white house from where the countdown starts to give life to his campaign promises.
Join me tonight at 7 PM for "The First Hundred Days." https://t.co/koAb8CzpdI— martha maccallum (@marthamaccallum) January 16, 2017
Maccallum’s show changed the primetime lineup. The Tucker Carlson’s show recently shifted to 9 p.m which was airing on 7 p.m.
During the pivotal period in the American political history which is yet left to be witnessed, taking the evolving topic in the show, Maccallum said,
I think the first 100 days is always a historic period, and a show like this provides a way to measure progress and to pivot against what the administration says that it wants to accomplish in those 100 days,”
During her interview with Fortune, she shared her ideas relating her new show and how the show will work. She answered,
“ After having covered this extraordinary election cycle, it just felt like the perfect thing to do a 100 days show.”
Further talking about the controversial president-elect she added,
“He’s already had an unprecedented president-elect period and we expect that he’s going to continue to be extraordinarily active during his first 100 days so we want to sort of hold his feet to the fire on the promises that he’s made.”
Mentioning about the working mechanism of the soon to be live new concept of her, she stated,
“We’re hoping that they’re going to represent a cross-section of people out there in the country who really turned the tide for him...Are they satisfied? Are they getting the president that they voted for? We'll [also] have people like members of the former administration, press secretaries, as well as people in the administration who will answer our questions throughout the week as well.”
Focusing on the words of new president-elect she responded,
“He says he wants to be president of all the people of this country—we're going to be seeing how he reaches out to people.”
That word of her has made her show quite of interesting from the start. Also her additional words during her interview with The Fix saying “ I am not afraid of him.” has brought the new show in the headline.
T minus 4 Days and counting to Inauguration. Can't wait to get started at 7 pm tonight, hope you'll join me! #First100Days STARTS TONIGHT— martha maccallum (@marthamaccallum) January 16, 2017
Following the concept of tracking down the campaign promises of Trump, we all are looking forward to the show and would like to give Maccallum wishes for her new show.