Gloria Borger Biography
Gloria Borger is an American political pundit, journalist, and columnist currently working as the chief political analyst at CNN. She has been on a number of their programs, including The Situation Room, since joining CNN in 2007. Though focusing on a number of national and breaking news items, including midterm and presidential polls, major Supreme Court decisions, Congressional hearings, and more, Borger plays an integral role in the regular coverage of the network.
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During the 2020 campaign, Borger played a central role in CNN’s special coverage of the RNC and DNC conventions and election night, as in previous cycles. She also hosted the “Fight for the White House: Joe Biden’s Long Journey,” CNN series, where she interviewed the President-elect and took a closer look at his almost five decades of public service, as well as the numerous personal tragedies that influenced his style of outlook and leadership.
In September of 2016, the documentaries were filmed by Borger; All Business: The Vital Donald Trump and Almost President: The Loss Anguish. Borger went beyond the campaign trail in the two-hour-long documentary on the life of Donald Trump to focus in detail on his path from adolescence to his early years in Manhattan and Atlantic City, to primetime success, to becoming the President’s Republican candidate.
Almost President: The Pain of Loss, an hour-long documentary, depicts recent presidential nominees and how they went through the greatest public embarrassment of American life, losing the American presidency. Mitt Romney, John McCain, Michael Dukakis, and Walter Mondale were interviewed by Borger, who all explained what it’s like to live through this process and struggle. In October 2015, with exclusive insider reports from both sides, Borger published the hour-long documentary Bush v. Gore, the definitive account of the recount during the 2000 election.
In 2012, Borger filmed a 90-minute CNN documentary on Mitt Romney’s life and work, his political path, and commitment to his Mormon faith. She traveled to France during this project to report on the missionary life of Romney and held many in-depth interviews with Mitt Romney as well as his family. After the 2012 election, Borger presented Romney and his wife Ann’s first lengthy post-election interview as they addressed the campaign candidly. In 2012, Borger also profiled Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as Chairman of the House Budget before becoming Mitt Romney’s GOP Vice Presidential candidate. Before the second inauguration of President Obama, Borger also interviewed Joe Biden exclusively.
For her 2010 special for CNN, The Odd Couple, in which she interviewed powerhouse Washington lawyers, David Boies and Ted Olson, Borger earned an Emmy nomination. In an unprecedented legal partnership, the two partisan political opposites joined up against California’s Proposition 8 in favor of same-sex marriage. In 2013, Borger revisited the issue again after their appeal was presented before the U.S. in favor of same-sex marriage. The Court Supreme. The outcome was a 30-minute CNN special, Marriage Warriors: Showdown at the Supreme Court, which received the American Judges Association’s 2014 Annual Headliner Award for first place and the 2014 American Gavel Award.
In addition, Borger is Gloria Borger Writes, the reporter for an acclaimed series of in-depth specials. As part of the series, the day before the 2014 midterm elections, Borger interviewed Vice President Joe Biden exclusively, as well as a television interview with former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, an in-depth story on presidential dynasties and extensive profiles of political stars and characters as varied as progressive Sen.
Borger was the national political correspondent of CBS News. She was the co-anchor of CNBC’s Capital Update from 2002 to 2004. Borger was granted the Watson Traveling Fellowship to research the British press early in her career. She joined CNN in September 2007 and has been a prominent aspect in all recent CNN election coverage. She has played a vital part in the national coverage of the 2010 midterm elections, as well as the landmark coverage of America Votes 2008, which won a Peabody Award from CNN. She also was central to the 2012 CNN Emmy award-winning election night coverage.
Borger works at CNN where she works alongside other famous CNN anchors, reporters, meteorologists, and sports anchors including;
- Roland Martin
- Sara Sidner
- Erin Mclaughlin
- Alex Marquardt
- Jean Casarez
- Dylan Byers
- Katrina Pierson
- Irin Carmon
- Natasha Curry
- Christi Paul
- Bob Van Dillen
- Reynolds Wolf
- Kirsten Powers
- Midwin Charles
- Anderson Cooper
- Jason Carroll
- Josh Campbell
- Ryan Browne
- Pamela Brown
Gloria Borger Age
Borger is 68 years old as of 2020. She celebrates her birthday on September 22, 1952, in New Rochelle, New York, U.S. She celebrates her birthday on September 22nd every year.
Gloria Borger Height
Borger stands at a height of 5 Feet 11 Inches.
Gloria Borger Family
Borger grew up in New Rochelle, New York, and was born to a Jewish family. Her father owned Borger’s, an electronic appliance dealer.
Gloria Borger Wife
With her partner, Lance Morgan, a public relations executive, Borger lives in Washington, D.C. She’s got, two sons. Her son, Evan, married Mary Anne Huntsman, the daughter of Jon Huntsman Jr., a politician.
Gloria Borger Net Worth
Borger has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through being a political pundit, journalist, columnist, and chief political analyst.
Gloria Borger Salary
Borger earns an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.