The Monica Crowley Podcast

The Monica Crowley Podcast is a whipsmart, fast-paced, sassy blend of politics, culture, history and humor, all brought to you with the sunny optimism of Ronald Reagan’s “Happy Warrior” spirit. Monica Crowley has – uniquely- served two American Presidents: Richard Nixon in his last years as Foreign Policy Assistant, and Donald Trump as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. A high-profile TV and radio personality, she’s a New York Times bestselling author, popular columnist, and savvy, funny host who delivers one-of-a-kind insights and interviews. The Monica Crowley Podcast is true appointment listening.

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Monica Crowley

Monica Crowley is a prominent news analyst on multiple television, radio, digital and print platforms and is the Host of the Monica Crowley Podcast. Previously, she served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Public Affairs at the United States Department of the Treasury.  During her tenure, she and the team she led conceived, developed and executed the policy and communications strategies for the Secretary of the Treasury, the Treasury Department, and the Trump Administration more broadly. For exceptional service to the Treasury Department and the Nation, she received the Alexander Hamilton Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Department. Prior to her government service, she was a popular television anchor and political and foreign affairs analyst for the Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, ABC News, NBC News, and other national networks.  For several years, she was a regular panelist on the legendary The McLaughlin Group.  On radio, she was the host of the nationally syndicated program, “The Monica Crowley Show”.  She is also the author of The New York Times bestseller, What The (Bleep) Just Happened?  The Happy Warrior’s Guide to the Great American Comeback.  While at the Washington Times, she was the Online Opinion Editor and Senior Opinion Columnist.  Earlier in her career, she served as Foreign Policy Assistant to former President Richard Nixon in his final years, and wrote two bestsellers about her experiences, Nixon Off the Record and Nixon in Winter.  She has also written for many national publications, including The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Newsweek, and has lectured at Yale, Columbia, and MIT.  A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, she graduated from Colgate University and holds two Master’s degrees and a Doctorate in International Relations from
Columbia University.