Byron York Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Fox News, Book, Views, Net worth, Salary, Twitter

Byron York Biography

Byron York is an American journalist and author who currently serves as a chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner and a FOX News contributor.

Byron York Age

York is 66 years old as of 2021. He was born on 5 December 1955, in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. He celebrates his birthday on December 5th every year.

Byron York Height

York stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m).

Byron York Family

York was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. His father’s name is Tom York, a television personality and his mother’s name is Helen Hamilton. He also has a nephew called Park MacDougald and he works as a Washington Examiner’s Life and Arts editor. It is not known if York has any siblings.

Byron York Wife | Baby

York is happily married to the love of his life. However, he is a private man and he has managed to keep the identity of his wife away from media.

Byron York Net worth

York has an estimated net worth of $5 million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.

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Byron York Salary

York earns an average salary of $250, 000 yearly from working as the Chief Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner and a contributor to Fox News,

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Byron York

How old is Byron York? 66 years old
How tall is Byron York? 1.75 m
Who is Byron York married to? Unknown
How much money does Byron York earn? Between $250,000
How much is Byron York worth? $5 million

Byron York Education

York graduated from Vestavia Hills High School, AL in 1974. He later joined the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977. He went on to graduate with a M.A. from the University of Chicago.

Byron York Career

York works as a contributor to Fox News. Since 2009, he has also served as the Washington Examiner’s chief political correspondent. He formerly worked for National Review as a White House correspondent. Byron also writes a syndicated column. He worked as a television producer for CNN Headline News and an investigative reporter for The American Spectator before joining National Review.

He has also contributed to publications such as The Atlantic, The Hill, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, and the New York Post. Meet the Press, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, The O’Reilly Factor, Meet the Press, Special Report, The Laura Ingraham Show, and Hardball with Chris Matthews are among the shows on which he has appeared, and he has also offered infrequent commentaries to National Public Radio. He was a contributing blogger at The Huffington Post for a short time in 2005. At BloggingHeads.tv, he has participated in conversations with different media celebrities.

Byron York Views

York criticized President Bill Clinton in 2001 for pardoning Susan McDougal, who had served three months in prison for contempt of court in connection with her role in the Whitewater scandal. In his book The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy, York proposed a Democratic Party plot to “tear down” President George W. Bush in 2005. York urged President Bush in 2007 to grant Scooter Libby a full pardon after he was sentenced to prison for obstruction of justice, perjury, and making false statements in the Plame case.

York wrote an op-ed in 2010 titled “Obama has Himself to Fault for Muslim Problem,” in which he suggested that President Barack Obama was to blame for the prevalent belief that he was Muslim. Obama had written about his Muslim grandpa, according to York, who also mentioned that members of his extended family were Muslim. “Even a calm discussion of the matter has been screamed down by the Obama campaign,” York said, adding that “to the outside observer, Obama sometimes doesn’t appear to practice any faith at all.” Is it any surprise that the general population is perplexed?

York condemned former President George W. Bush’s statement that it was “time for America to examine our sad failings” during the George Floyd protests against racism and police brutality in 2020. Bush’s “near utter disregard” for rioting and violence, York added, was “extraordinary.”

York wrote a column for the Washington Examiner just before the 2020 presidential election, reviewing a statistical simulation that suggested Joe Biden would not accept the election if he lost. It was also alleged that Biden will put pressure on Democratic governors to reject Trump’s victory in their states, as well as House Democrats refusing to recognize Trump’s victory. York said in the piece that Joe Biden would refuse to concede and that Trump would not concede.

Byron York Podcast

York hosts a podcast with the goal of interviewing newsmakers about current events. The Bryon York Show is a podcast that can be found on Apple Podcasts, stitcher.com, and iHeartRadio Podcasts. York has discussed topics such as who refuses to recognize the election results, impeachment once more, where he interviews Republican Representative Devin Nunes, and what’s actually going on at the Post Office.

Byron York Book

The Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy: The Untold Story of the Democrats’ Desperate Fight to Reclaim Power

Byron York Fox News

Currently he works at Fox News alongside;

  1. Jamie Colby
  2. Charles Payne
  3. Trey Yingst
  4. Kiron Skinner
  5. Dan Springer
  6. Karl Rove
  7. Katie Pavlich
  8. Nicole Saphier
  9. Austin Westfall
  10. Anita Vogel