Juan Antonio Williams is a US journalist and Fox News Channel political analyst. He writes for many newspapers, including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and has appeared in magazines such as The Atlantic Monthly and Time. Williams has worked as an editorial journalist, as an op-ed columnist, as a reporter for the White House and as a national reporter. He’s a registered Democrat.
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Juan Williams: Early Life, Education, Family
Williams was born to Rogelio L Williams and Alma Geraldine Williams in Colon, Panama, on 10 April 1954. Additionally, Williams ‘dad came from the West Indies and his mother came from Panama. His father spoke Spanish. Williams claimed in an op-ed in 2018 that he had legally emigrated from Panama to the United States in a banana boat with his mother and two siblings when he was four. The family had taken up residency in Brooklyn, New York. Williams was awarded a scholarship to attend Oakwood Friends College, a Poughkeepsie Quaker institution in New York. Besides, Williams attended Haverford College after graduating from Oakwood in 1972 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy in 1976.
Juan Williams: Career and achievements
Williams spent 23 years writing for The Washington Post. A few days after Williams wrote a column defending Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas against Anita Hill’s sworn testimony accusing Thomas of sexual assault, it was reported that several female Post employees had filed charges of sexual harassment against Williams. The paper took disciplinary action against Williams, and he released his apology. Likewise, in 2000 Williams joined NPR as host of Talk of the Nation’s daily afternoon talk show. He subsequently worked as a senior NPR national correspondent.
Williams has been a correspondent for Fox News since 1997. He has appeared with Bret Baier on Special Coverage, with Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday and regularly co-hosts The Five. He also appeared frequently on The O’Reilly Factor, and often acted as a guest host in the absence of O’Reilly. After NPR announced its termination from its network in October 2010, Fox News offered him a new three-year deal for $2 million and an expanded role in their network that included a regular guest-host spot on The O’Reilly Factor on Friday nights.
Additionally, Williams is an Emmy Award nominee for his television documentary writing work, and has received critical acclaim for a number of television documentaries including Politics: The New Black Power, A. Philip Randolph: For Jobs and Democracy, Civil Rights and The Press, Riot to Recovery and Dying for Healthcare.
Juan Williams: Personal life and wife
In July 1978 Williams married Susan Delise. They are one son’s parents, Rae, as well as two daughters, Antonio and Raphael. Tony, who was a Senate page from 1996 to 1997 and intern for GOP Senator Strom Thurmond. However, the younger son, Raffi, studied sociology and played the lacrosse at Pennsylvania’s Haverford College, his father’s alma mater. Raffi currently serves as Press Secretary to Housing and Urban Planning Minister Ben Carson. Similarly, Williams is Twin Girls Granddad, Pepper and Wesley.
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Juan Williams: Net Worth and social media
Juan Williams is among the world’s highest-paid journalists. As of March 2020, Juan Williams ‘net worth is valued at $5 million. The primary source of income is its Fox News earnings. He has signed a $2 million deal with Fox News following his expulsion from the National Public Radio.
Likewise, talking about his social media availability, he is available on Instagram by the name thejuanwilliams. He has 1077 followers on Instagram. Likewise, he is also available on Twitter by the name TheJuanWilliams where he has 167.1k followers.
Juan Williams: Body measurements
The journalist has a proportional frame. He is 1.90 m tall and weighs nearly 66 kgs. Additionally, any information regarding his body measurements is not available.