Born on September 22, 1952, Gloria Borger is an American political journalist, pundit and columnist who currently serves as the chief political analyst at CNN former worked as national political correspondent for CBS News. She has also worked as co-anchor of CNBC’s Capital Report and has appeared on CBS’s Face the Nation and 60 Minutes II.
Before Fame: She attended Colgate University.
Gloria Borger Ethnicity/Religion
Gloria was born in New Rochelle, New York. She grew up in a Jewish family. Her parents’ name is not known at the moment.
Gloria Borger Affair/Married/Husband
She is married to Lance Morgan. They have a son named Evan. For more information, visit her twitter.
Cnn dc bureau chief Sam Feist celebrates my producer Brian Rokus’ 20th anniversary at CNN. I’m so lucky to work with them both. pic.twitter.com/7bFUz2QPYL
— Gloria Borger (@GloriaBorger) May 23, 2019
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Gloria Anne Borger
- Nicknames: Gloria Borger
- Birthday: September 22, 1952
- Age: 66 years old (as of June 2019)
- Birthplace:, New Rochelle, New York, US
- Current Residence: Washington D.C, US
- Education: Colgate University
- Profession: pundit, journalist, columnist
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: Caucasian
- Religion: Not Available at the moment
- Zodiac: Virgo
- Spouse/Husband: Lance Morgan
- Children: 1
- Net Worth: Probably in millions of USD
- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- She is currently serving as chief political analyst at CNN.
- Prior to this, she worked as contributing editor and columnist for U.S. News & World Report magazine and was national political correspondent for CBS News.
- She attended New Rochelle High School and Colgate University.
- She has received a National Headliners Award for her 2013 program named Marriage Warriors: Showdown at the Supreme Court.
- Borger received an Emmy nomination for her 2010 piece “The Odd Couple”, where she profiled attorneys David Boies and Ted Olson.
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