A renowned journalist, as well as a political figure, Monica Crowley is a well-known political commentator and a member of the Council of Foreign Relations. Crowley belongs to the conservative political party.
Crowley has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Colgate University, in the field of Political science. She has also done her Ph.D in Columbia University, in International relations.
Her first employment in politics came when she was only 22 years old, in 1990. Crowley was hired by Richard Nixon to be a research assistant, to this former US President. During her time in working for Nixon, she has advanced to become the editorial adviser and consultant on his last two books. After Nixon’s death, she published two books about him. The first book was titled “Nixon in Winter”, and the other, “Nixon off the Record: His Candid Commentary on People and Politics”.
Crowley worked as a column writer for the New York Post during the 90’s. She has also written for Washington Times, The Baltimore Sun, The New Yorker, The LA Times and The Street Wall Journal.
Until the end of 90’s, Crowley worked for National Public Radio, as a commentator to their morning show. In 1996, she took a place as a foreign affair and political analyst for the Fox News Channel.
In 2004, Crowley joined MSNBC network, currently hosting their different shows. She works occasionally as a panelist for Fox News’ “Red Eye”, the late night show.
Crowley was born on September 19, 1968 at Sierra Vista, USA. She grew up in New Jersey, the town Warren Township. She is currently not married and doesn’t have any children.
Crowley was associated with a plagiarism incident, when she was accused of plagiarizing and article who’s original author was claimed to be Paul Johnson, a British writer. Allegedly, Crowley presented Johnson’s article about Richard Nixon as her own and published it in the Wall Street Journal. The alleged plagiarism included several statements from Johnson’s article, and supposedly, even British phrases.
Crowley also worked on several radio shows. She appeared in the “Morning Edition”, a show on National Music Radio, as a commentator. She has been hosting her personal radio show since 2002, called “The Monica Crowley Show”.
In her work on television, Crowley works as a substitute for Sean Hannity on “Hannity”, the Fox News show. Since 2004, Crowley has also been working alongside co-host Ron Regan in “Connected, Coast to Coast”, the MSNBC’s show until it’s ending in 2005.
Crowley also appears as a panelist in the late-night satire called “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld”, on the Fox News channel. She has also been guest-hosting on “The O’Reilly Factor”, alongside Bill O’Reilly and Alan Colmes, in the shows' segment “Barack and a Hard Place”.