John King is one of the popular and most renowned journalists from the United States. John is CNN’s chief national correspondent based in Washington, DC. He is the anchor of the political talk show Inside Politics.
With a total net worth of $2 million and a great sum of salary, John has been able to leave an imprint during his time in the news industry.
John King Wiki, Age
John King was born on 30 August 1963, in Dorchester, Massachusetts, Boston. Coming from American nationality, he belongs to Irish descent.
For his education, John went to Boston Latin School for his primary and high school education. He achieved his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the Harrington School of Communication and Media from the University of Rhode Island.
John King Married To Wife
When it comes to lowkey celebrities, people make several assumptions. Assumptions on him being gay are totally wrong as he is straight has been married twice. He was first married to Jean Makie.
The couple had also welcomed two children together named as Noah King and Hannah King but had to undergo divorce due to several personal reasons.
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John didn’t give up on his love life and ended up meeting Dana Bash, a fellow journalist and anchorwoman for CNN. The two dated for some time and on 25th of May 2008, John tied his married knot with Dana Bash. They even welcomed a son named Jonah in 2011.
John King's ex-wife Dana Bash with their son Jonah on 20 May 2017 (Photo: Dana Bash's Instagram)
However, the couple separated afterward as their marriage didn’t work out successfully. As of now, John is available in the market as a single piece.
John King Career
John King joined the Associated Press in 1985 where he began working as a writer. In 1991, John was appointed as the chief political correspondent, where he headed the AP's political coverage of the presidential elections in the year 1992 and 1996. He won the top reporting prize from the Associated Press Managing Editors' Association in 1991 for his coverage of the Gulf War in Kuwait.
John joined CNN in the year 1997 and began serving as the senior White House correspondent from 1999 to 2005. He was named CNN's chief national correspondent in 2005 which took his career to a great height.
John currently anchors the Sunday morning news program called Inside Politics. The program features a rotating roundtable of members of the media who share their insights on current political topics with King
Prior to Inside Politics, John also hosted his talk show called State of the Union before the 2009 US presidential inauguration.
On March 22, 2010, John began hosting his new weeknight show, called John King, USA. He was also the CNN anchor who first confirmed the death of Osama Bin Laden to that network's viewers on May 2 of 2011.
John moderated a Republican Presidential debate on January 19, 2012, before the South Carolina Primary. His show John King, USA was canceled in early 2012, with the final episode airing on June 29, 2012.