Bill Kristol Biography
Bill Kristol is a jounalist currently working for The Bulwark as editor-at-large. Before joining The Bulwark, Kristol served of The Weekly Standard as the editor at large. Bill is also on ABC’s special events and election on ABC’s. He also appears leading political commentary shows frequently on ABC.
Bill Kristol Age
Bill Kristol was born in New York City, in the United States of America, on December 23, 1952. He is 69 years old.
Bill Kristol Height
Kristol is 5 ft 6 inches/ 1.71 m tall.
Bill Kristol Education
Bill attended Collegiate School for his high school education. Later on, He earned a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Harvard in 1979.
Bill Kristol Family
Bill Kristol was born to his supportive parents in New York City, in the United States. He is the son of Irving Kristol, who founder of the magazine The Public Interest and served as a journalist, and Gertrude Himmelfarb, who was a great historian
Bill Kristol Wife
He is married to his pretty wife Susan Scheinberg. The duo tied the knot in 1975. She is a Ph.D. graduate. They met each other at Harvard as students. The couple is proud parents to three amazing children namely Anne, Joseph, Kristol.
Bill Kristol Children
Kristol and Susan are proud parents of three good-looking children namely Anne Bill, Joseph Bill, and Kristol Bill.
Bill Kristol Salary
Bill Kristol receives an annual salary of $68,500. This is according to The Bulwark anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Bill Kristol Net worth
Kristol has an estimated net worth of $5.4 million U.S dollars.
Bill Kristol Career
Kristol together with John Podhoretz in 1994 formed The Weekly Standard conservative news magazine of both houses of Congress after the Republican sweep. The magazine was financed by the managing director of News Corp, chairman, and Rupert Murdoch. In addition, in 1996 Bill served at ABC Sunday news program as a panelist.
In addition, Kristol served for Time as a columnist. Furthermore, Bill wrote a weekly column from January 7, 2008, to January 26, 2009for the station and was also a columnist at The New York Times. He also contributed to the nightly program Special Reportserved and served as a regular panelist at Fox News Sunday. Kristol was announced as a host and report for ABC News.