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Monica Crowley

Monica Crowley is an American columnist, political commentator, foreign affairs analyst, and talk radio personality. Monica Crowley served as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of the Treasury from July 2019 to January 2021.

Early Life

Monica Crowley opened her eyes on the 19th of September 1968, in Fort Huachuca, Arizona, the United States. Her birth name is Monica Elizabeth Crowley and holds American citizenship. According to the astrological chart, she has a birth sign Virgo, and is currently 55 years old.

She was raised along with her sister Jocelyn Crowley in Warren Township, New Jersey. However, she has not yet provided any information about her parents’ names and professions in front of the media.

Because she was born on an Army base outside of Sierra Vista, Arizona, she was aware of the political environment, which led her to become an active columnist for the Republican Party. Moreover, she has been interested in politics since she was a child.

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Caption: Monica Crowley with her mother (Source: Instagram)

Monica Crowley – Education

She attended Watchung Hills Regional High School and completed her high school graduation in 1986. In addition, she earned her BA degree in political science from Colgate University. Meanwhile, she did her MA and PhD in international relations at Columbia University.

Professional Career

Monica Crowley began her career as a college student by writing formal letters to Former President Richard Nixon, and she went on to work as a research and assistant editorial adviser and consultant on Nixon’s last two books.

Further, she was a regular column writer for the New York Post. In addition, she has also written for The New Yorker, The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, and The Baltimore Sun.

In the mid-1990s, she was a commentator for National Public Radio’s Morning Edition. She served as a host of The Monica Crowley Show, a nationally syndicated radio show, since 2002 and is a regular contributor to The John Batchelor Show.

Additionally, she started working for Fox News Channel in 1996, where she was a foreign affairs and political analyst and occasionally substituted for Sean Hannity on Fox News Channel’s Hannity.

She co-hosted MSNBC’s Connected: Coast to Coast with Ron Reagan in 2004. The final episode aired on December 9, 2005, after a nine-month run. Crowley has also appeared on Imus in the Morning and hosted the MSNBC show The Best of Imus in the Morning.

Later, she returned to Fox News Channel as a contributor in the year 2007. From late 2007 to 2011, she was also a regular on The McLaughlin Group.

Crowley appeared on Fox News Channel’s late-night talk show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld on occasion. Moreover, this woman has been a guest host for Bill O’Reilly on The O’Reilly Factor and his subsequent podcast since 2009, and she appeared in a segment called “Barack and a Hard Place” on an episode of The O’Reilly Factor. Similarly, she has appeared in the Netflix original series, House of Cards, portraying herself.

Political Career

She began writing letters to former President Richard Nixon, who hired her as a research assistant when she was 22 years old in 1990. Following Nixon’s death, she published two books about him: Nixon Off the Record: His Candid Commentary on People and Politics and Nixon in Winter.

She began working as a part-time consultant for Douglas Schoen in March 2017, providing “outreach services” on behalf of Ukrainian industrialist and political figure Victor Pinchuk. Moreover, this woman was required by the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 to register as a foreign agent.

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Caption: Monica Crowley serving as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Source: Richard Nixon Foundation)

Following Trump’s election victory, it was announced in December 2016 that Crowley would be the Trump administration’s deputy national security advisor.

On July 16, 2019, Trump announced Crowley’s appointment as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs in the Treasury Department. She replaced Tony Sayegh, who left the position in May, as the top spokeswoman for Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Net Worth 2024

Throughout her professional career as a political commentator, and writer, she has earned a decent sum of money. Her net worth is estimated to be around $4 million, and she earns more than $170,000 per year, according to sources.

Relationship Status

In terms of her personal life, Monica Crowley is an unmarried and single woman. Meanwhile, she has not shared anything about her present relationships. There had previously been rumors that Monica’s alleged boyfriend was Bill Siegel. Bill works as both a director and a producer. They did not confirm their relationship status later.


Crowley’s termination as a Fox News host was announced on Twitter by senior reporter Oliver Darcy. There were rumors that she was being considered for the position of press secretary. The Wall Street Journal column Crowley is believed to have been plagiarized to some extent from the work of 11-year-old Paul Johnson. She is defending herself against ‘The New York Times,’ ‘CNN,’ and ‘Politico,’ among others, in an attempt to save herself and her Ph. D. from being revoked by Columbia University.

Body Measurements

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Caption:   Crowley posing for a photo (Source:

Crowley stands 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs around 52 kg. Moreover, this woman has a pair of blue eyes with blonde hair color. In addition, her body measurement is measure 36-26-36 inches. Similarly, she wears a dress size of 6 US and a shoe size of 7 US.

Monica Crowley – Social Media

On her Instagram page ‘@monicacrowley_’ there are over 72.3k followers. Likewise, there are over 916.6k followers on her Twitter page ‘@MonicaCrowley’, and over 47k followers on her Facebook page.