Mollie Hemingway Biography
Mollie Hemingway is a well-known American conservative author and political commentator. She is currently the editor in chief of The Federalist and also a contributor for Fox News. Mollie was a 2004 recipient of a Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellowship. Her work has been published on Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, the Washington Post, CNN.
Mollie Hemingway Education
She earned a degree in economics from the University of Colorado Denver.
Mollie Hemingway Commentary
She joined Gannett Publishing in 2002 and worked at the Federal Times. Hemingway has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, National Review, The New York Times Magazine, and Ricochet, among other publications. She was a founder member of The Federalist Party. She has been on C-SPAN several times.
She joined Fox News as a contributor in 2017. USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, CNN, and RealClearPolitics have all published her pieces.
Mollie Hemingway Wikipedia
She called then-candidate Donald Trump “a demagogue with no genuine solutions for anything at all” early in the 2016 presidential campaign. She has since been labeled as a pro-Trump commentator, with Politico identifying her as “a reliably pro-Trump commenter,” and Salon describing her as The Federalist’s “most loyal Trump defender.”
Hemingway’s columns “have won presidential retweets and affirmation for their caustic criticism of Democrats and the news media, which she accuses of lying about just about everything when it comes to the president,” according to the New York Times in 2020.
Hemingway defended Trump’s decision to remove FBI Director James Comey in May 2017. Hemingway questioned Comey’s integrity after he testified to Congress in July 2017, stating “This isn’t a lad from the choir. may give master lectures on how to hide your behind and indulge in normal DC pranks.”
Carter Page, a former Trump campaign adviser who had been under CIA surveillance since 2014, had his civil liberties infringed, she claimed in February 2018. “If Carter Page’s civil rights and civil freedoms can be infringed, they can be violated for anyone,” Hemingway said. Since 2013, Russian intelligence had attempted to recruit Page, who had contacts with various Russian citizens and had pro-Putin sentiments.
In May 2018, Trump tweeted a comment claimed to Hemingway, which bolstered a conspiracy theory that the Obama administration had planted a spy in Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign for political objectives, calling the spying “unprecedented and disgusting.”
While an FBI informant met with many Trump campaign aides, according to Vox, the FBI didn’t actually plan to spy on Trump, but was instead “most likely part of a legitimate counterintelligence operation targeting at Russia’s election intervention campaign…”
Hemingway criticized Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian election meddling in 2016 as “a pretty Stalinist-type approach to criminal justice” in November 2018.
Mollie Hemingway Salary
Mollie receives a yearly salary of f $ 36,597 dollars.
Mollie Hemingway Net worth
Mollie has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars.
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Mollie Hemingway Age
Hemingway was born on August 3, 1974, in Denver, Colorado. She celebrates her birthday on August 3rd of every year.
Mollie Hemingway Height
Hemingway stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Mollie Hemingway Family
Hemingway was born to Larry Ziegler and Carolyn Ziegler. Her father was a minister at Lutheran Church Missouri and her mother a retired school teacher.
Mollie Hemingway Husband
Mollie is married to Mark Hemingway the two met and wed in early in 2006. The couple has two children together.
Mollie Hemingway Health
Mollie unexpectedly suffered a stroke in early February 2021. She has however recovered and has not revealed any info concerning her health recently.
Mollie Hemingway Articles
The Federalist Names Sean Davis As CEO
Sean Davis was named Chief Executive Officer of The Federalist, Editor-In-Chief Mollie Hemingway announced on Monday. Davis, who co-founded the The Federalist in 2013 and has served as its Chief Financial Officer since its creation, will now oversee and manage all of the company’s operations. “Sean is the perfect person to serve as The Federalist’s Chief Executive Officer,” Hemingway said.
McConnell Shouldn’t Promote Media Lies About RNC Censure Of Cheney
It’s no surprise that the corporate media are defending Liz Cheney in her campaign to help Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi hurt Republicans, but why is Mitch McConnell, the leader of Senate Republicans, joining them in their efforts? Last week, the Republican National Committee formally censured Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for serving as tools of Pelosi as she weaponizes the January 6 events for Democrats’ political gain.
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