Who is Gloria Borger (CNN)? Age, assets, salary, spouse

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• Gloria Borger is an American journalist, columnist and pundit known for her work for CNN and CBS News.
• She has a net worth of more than $2.5 million.
• She attended Colgate University and served on their Board of Trustees.
• She has been honored with multiple awards, including the Peabody Award, Primetime Emmy Award, and National Headliners Award.
• She is married to Lance I. Morgan and has a son, Evan Borger Morgan.



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Fact CNN senior political analyst.



Who is Gloria Borger?

Gloria Anne Borger was born on September 22, 1952 under the sign of Virgo, in New Rochelle, New York State, USA, and is a journalist, columnist and pundit probably best known as chief political analyst for the Cable News Network (CNN). ), and regularly appears on the network programs “The Lead With Jake Tapper” and “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer”. She is also known as the national political correspondent for CBS News.

How rich is she right now? Gloria Borger net worth

Gloria Borger’s net worth is over $2.5 million; earned through her successful career in the news industry and her work for prestigious news companies and magazines.

Early life, nationality, ethnicity, educational background

Gloria Borger spent her early years in her hometown of New Rochelle where she was raised by their parents with her sister Paula in a Jewish family. Gloria rarely speaks about her early life, so her parents’ names are not available to the media. However, it is known that her father was a businessman and owner of Borger’s, an electricity distribution company.

She also has a Borger. Her nationality is American and she belongs to the white ethnic group. Gloria attended New Rochelle High School and after her matriculation in 1970, enrolled at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, where she received her BA in English in 1974. She served on the university’s Board of Trustees.

Career start

Gloria Borger began her professional journalism career at CBS News, the news division of the CBS network, as a national political correspondent.

Gloria Borger

She was also a contributor to the weekly news and morning program “Face The Nation”, as well as the weekly primetime newsmagazine program “60 Minutes II”, responsible for covering the network’s special events. She was also chief conference correspondent for “Newsweek” magazine, covering, among other things, the March 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear accident in Pennsylvania.

Rise to fame

Between 2002 and 2004, Gloria Borger anchored the show “Capital Report” on the CNBC network.

She then began her professional reporting career with the Washington Star. During her time there, Gloria covered the daily series entitled “Federal Triangle”, which was later published as a book. She also worked as a political columnist and editor for the news magazine ‘US News & World Report’.

Continued success and CNN

In 2007, Gloria joined the CNN network and was quickly promoted to chief political analyst. Gloria also began appearing regularly on shows like “The Lead With Jake Tapper,” “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer,” and “John King, USA,” among many others.

She was responsible for the daily coverage of various political stories and breaking news such as the government shutdown in 2013, the death of Osama bin Laden, the investigation of a terrorist case in Boston and the bridge scandal of Governor Chris Christie, etc. currently also works as a regular columnist for their website.

Awards and Recognitions

Gloria Borger was part of the honored team the Peabody Prize for coverage of the 2008 Youth Work presidential campaigns and debates. They were also awarded the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form for their coverage of 2012 U.S. Election Night on CNN.

In addition, Gloria received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for her project “The Odd Couple” which features her interviews with renowned attorneys Ted Olson and David Boies in 2010. Four years later, she won the National Headliners Award for her 30-minute special “Marriage Warriors: Supreme Court Showdown” (2013).

Age, appearance and vital statistics

The respected 67-year-old journalist has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches (1.73 m), while weighing about 139 lbs (63 kg), and her vital statistics are 32-24-33.

Personal life: who is her husband?

Gloria Borger is married to Lance I. Morgan – they exchanged their wedding vows September 8 1974. Her husband is a public relations manager by trade and currently works as chief communications strategist at Powell Tate. Lance previously served as press secretary for Democratic Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and also served as a Senate spokesman for the Iran-Contra affair inquiry committee. Gloria and her husband currently live in Washington, DC

Gloria Borger’s son

Gloria and Lance have a son named Evan Borger Morgan, who is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

He is an investor and partner at the venture capital firm Revolution. According to ‘The New York Times’, he married classically trained concert pianist Mary Anne Huntsman, who is also known as the daughter of Republican politician Jon Huntsman, Jr. and Mary Kaye Huntsman. The ceremony took place at Flathead Lake Lodge in Bigfork, Montana in October 2015. The bride’s father served as governor of Utah between 2005 and 2009, as well as U.S. ambassador to Singapore (1992-1993), China (2009-2011), and Russia (2017-2019). He was also a candidate in the 2012 Republican presidential primary.

General information

First and last name Gloria Borger
Profession Journalist, commentator
Education New Rochelle High School, University of Colgate
Nationality American

Family

Children Evans Morgan
Brothers or sisters Paul Borger

Performance

Nominations News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Interview
TV shows The Chris Matthews Show, The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Face the Nation, CBS Evening News, Washington Week

Links to social profiles

Facts

# Fact
1 CNN senior political analyst.

Movies

Yourself

Title Year Status Character
CNN Newsroom 2014-2017 TV serials Herself – Correspondent / Herself
The Situation Room 2009-2017 TV serials Herself / Herself – Correspondent
At this hour 2016-2017 TV serials Himself – Correspondent
Wolf 2017 TV serials Himself – Correspondent
Almost President: The Agony of Defeat 2016 Documentary about TV movies Himself – Reporter
Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield 2016 TV serials Chief Political Analyst / CNN Political Analyst
Looking back at Washington Week 2007-2014 TV serials Herself / Herself – Host
The Chris Matthews Show 2005-2013 TV serials herself
Create a candidate 2012 Video documentary short herself
Erin Burnett OutFront 2012 TV serials herself
Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull 2010 TV serials Himself – Senior political analyst
CNN Election Night in America 2008 2008 TV movie Himself – Correspondent
Face the nation 2005-2006 TV serials Herself – alternate host/herself
CBS News to the minute 2006 TV serials Correspondent
CBS Evening News with Bob Schieffer 2005 TV serials Himself – Correspondent
Meet the press 2003 TV serials herself
Charlie Rose 1996-2001 TV serials Himself – Guest
Wednesday 60 Minutes 1999 Documentary about the TV series Herself – Correspondent (segment “Eggs.com”)

Awards

Nominated awards

Year Price Ceremony Presentation Movie
2011 Emmy News and Documentary Emmy Awards Excellent interview

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia