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Maggie Haberman Biography and Wikipedia
Maggie Haberman is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter well known as the White House correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for CNN based in New York. Before becoming a political analyst and correspondent for both CNN and NYT, she served as a political reporter for The New York Post, the New York Daily News, and Politico.
Maggie Haberman Education
Haberman graduated from Ethical Culture Fieldston School, an independent preparatory school in New York City in 1991. She then received her bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College, a private liberal arts college in Yonkers, New York in 1995.
Maggie Haberman Age and Birthday
How old is Maggie? Maggie is 49 years old as of 2022. She was born Maggie Lindsy Haberman on October 30, 1973, in New York City, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 30th October of every year. ALSO READ: Erin McLaughlin
Maggie Haberman Nationality | Ethnicity
Haberman holds American nationality and citizenship through birth. She was born and raised in New York City. She is of White/Caucasian ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Maggie Haberman Height and Measurements
How tall is Maggie? Maggie stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under research.
Maggie Haberman Family | Parents
Haberman was born and raised in New York City by her parents. She is the daughter of (Father) Clyde Haberman, an American journalist who has contributed to The New York Times in various capacities since 1977 and (Mother) Nancy Haberman, a media communications executive at Rubenstein Associates.
Maggie Haberman Husband | Wedding
Is Maggie married? Maggie is currently married to her husband Dareh Ardashes Gregorian, a reporter for the New York Daily News, formerly of the New York Post. The couple tied the knot in November 2003 ceremony on the Tribeca Rooftop in Manhattan.
Maggie Haberman Children
Maggie and her husband Dareh are proud parents to three children, Max, Miri, and Dashiell. The family currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Maggie Haberman Salary
Maggie working as the white house correspondent for The New York Times and a political reporter CNN earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $120,000 – $150,000.
Maggie Haberman’s Net Worth
Maggie is an accomplished American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
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Maggie Haberman Books
Penguin Press announced on November 12, 2020, that Haberman has a deal for a yet-untitled book, expected in 2022. Haberman began writing about Trump more than 20 years ago for the New York Post and continued at the New York Daily News and Politico before joining the Times in 2015. (The New York Times via AP). In 2017, Haberman and fellow Times reporter Glenn Thrush reached an agreement with Random House for a book on Trump, but the deal fell through after Thrush was accused by several women of sexual harassment. She also has a book by the title held Captive: The Kidnapping and Rescue of Elizabeth Smart
Maggie Haberman New York Times (NYT) | CNN
Maggie currently serves as the White House correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for CNN based in New York. She began working at The New York Times in early 2015 while at CNN in 2014. At NYT, she was employed as a political correspondent for the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Before becoming a political analyst and correspondent for both CNN and NYT, she served as a political reporter for The New York Post, the New York Daily News, and Politico.
She started her journalism career in 1996, at the New York Post. In 1999, the Post allocated her to cover City Hall, where she became “snared” on political reporting. Haberman worked for the Post’s adversary paper, the New York Daily News, for three and a half years in the mid-2000s, where she continued to cover City Hall. Haberman got back to the Post to cover the 2008 U.S. official mission and other political races. In 2010, Haberman was employed by Politico as a senior reporter.
Her reporting style as an individual from the White House staff of the Times highlights in the Liz Garbus narrative arrangement The Fourth Estate. Among the day-by-day disappointments of her work covering the Trump organization, she is also shown on camera in her part as a mother being interfered with during tense minutes to accept calls from her youngsters, at one point pronouncing to her telephone, “You can’t bite the dust in your bad dreams.