Hugh Hewitt

 Hugh Hewitt’s Biography and Wiki

Hugh Hewitt was born on February 22, 1956. Hugh is an American talk show host, author, and a lawyer. Hugh attended at John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Warren. Hugh also graduated with BA in Government as cum laude at Harvard University. After Harvard, he attended Michigan Law School and completed Juris Doctor degree in 1983. 

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Is Hewitt’s Married and What is his Age?

Hugh was married to Betsy Hewitt in 1982. The couple has three kids: daughter Diana Hewitt and Sons Will and James Hewitt. Hugh Hewitt is currently 62 years old. 

Hugh Hewitt’s Career and Net Worth and Education

He moved to Washington after completing law and became George MacKinnon and judges Roger Robb’s clerk on the United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit from 1983 to 1984. Hugh also served in the administration of Reagan until the end of the 1980s. 

In 1989, Hugh returned to California to oversee the Nixon’s Library construction. Hugh then became the Executive Director of the Library. In 1990, he proposed that researchers who use the library must undergo screening. The director also added that unfriendly researcher must not be allowed to access the facility. The statement targeted Bob Woodward, who he considered not a responsible journalist. The proposal ignites controversy. Nixon’s spokesperson, John Taylor overturned the recommendation. 

Hugh then decided to practice law and leave the library. Throughout his practice, he began a radio talk show every weekend for KFI in Los Angeles. Hugh stayed in KFI from 1990 to 1995. In 1992, he co-hosted nightly news, KCET and a public affairs program Life & Times, where he won three Emmy awards. The talk show hosting continued with the program until 2001. Hugh then started his radio station. 

Hugh also wrote articles weekly in World and the Daily Standard. The Journalist occasionally appeared as a commentator on programs like The Dennis Miller Show, The Today Show, Larry King Live, Hardball with Chris Matthews and The O'Reilly Factor. In 2006, he appeared as a guest host on The Colbert Report.

On June 24, 2017, the show Hugh Hewitt was broadcast on MSNBC. He interviewed on the show and commented on current events and issues. After a year, he announced that the show will be canceled and that he will continue his commentary on NBC. 

Hugh openly criticized the Trump administration. Hugh clashed with Donald Trump in his participation in the 2016 Republican Preliminary Debate. The critic said that the current president does not have the needed temperament to be a president. Despite publicly insulted by Trump, he still wrote in 2016 that he can still expect his support if he becomes the countries president. In the issue of immigration, Hugh opposed Trump’s plan to separate the undocumented children from their mother and said that in any case a child should not be taken away from their mother especially if the child is still physically dependent to the mother. 

Hugh is also an author with successfully published books. In his journalism career, Hugh Hewitt is said to be unknown and still under review.

22 Nov, 2018