As people come into the limelight, they become the main topic to talk about in the industry. Not only fame but they have to go through paparazzi strolling them for the controversies.
Likewise, Monica Crowley was alleged for plagiarism by CNN; they found plagiarism in her newspaper columns and her books. She tried to deny the allegation, but the accusation turned out to be true when Politico proved it with evidence. Due to the issues, she renounced her post of senior director of strategic communications from the national security council of Donald's Trump administration.
Career, Fox News
At the age of 22, Monica got an opportunity to work with former President Richard Nixon as a research assistant. She worked with Nixon for four years until his death. Later, Crowley worked as a commentator for National Public Radio’s Morning Edition. After working in the media for several years, she decided to upgrade her career, through more advanced media.
Then, Monica worked as foreign affairs and political analyst as a substitution of Sean Hannity on Fox News Channel’s Hannity. Working for eight years with Fox News channel she decided to switch to MSNBC’s Connected: Coast to Coast with co-host Ron Reagan.
Being good at hosting, Crowley got many offers from different shows including Imus in the morning, The McLaughlin Group, Bill O’Reilly, The five and Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld, that was hosted by Greg Gutfeld. Not only in the hosting field, but she earned fans through her acting skill as well. She portrayed herself in the Netflix series House of Cards.
She has indeed made herself an active personality in the journaling industry, with a salary of around $170,500. Moreover, she has earned a good fortune as an author and has made a net worth of $4 million.
Monica Crowley Bio, Family Life
American political commentator, Monica Crowley was born on 19 September 1968, in Arizona as Monica Elizabeth Crowley. With a height of 5 feet 2 inch (1.57 m) and weight of 115 pounds (52kg), she flaunts her blond hair.
Monica Crowley (center) with her sister Jocelyn Crowley and sister's husband, Late Alan Colmes in the olden days (Photo: gettyimages.co)
Talking about her family, she grew up with her sister Jocelyn Crowley in Warren Township, New Jersey. Her sister, who is a professor and an author, was born on 1 January 1970. She was married to the liberal political commentator, Alan Colmes. But, he died at the age of 66, on 23 February 2017, in Manhattan, New York.
Monica Crowley is quite a secretive person, so she always keeps her personal life away from the limelight. Nevertheless, there was a rumor about her engagement with director and producer Bill Siegel, but that turned out to be fake. However, they are spotted together many times after the scandal, but they haven't spoken anything about the matter officially.