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Byron York Biography, Age, Birth Sign, Spouse, Fox News, Career, Views

Byron York is an American conservative columnist for the Washington Examiner, Fox News contributor, and author who lives in Washington, D.C. 

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Byron York Biography

Byron York is an American conservative columnist for the Washington Examiner, Fox News contributor, and author who lives in Washington, D.C. He was born to Thomas Earl York and Helen Hamilton. Thomas Earl York is a longtime television personality from Birmingham, Alabama. Byron went to the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Alabama. From Alabama University, he holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s from the University of Chicago.

Byron York Age

He was born in 1955 Birmingham, Alabama, United States. He is 64 years old as of 2018. His birth sign is Sagittarius.

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Byron has not revealed information about his marital status.

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Byron is the chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner. He is also a Fox News contributor. He joined the publication in early 2009 following his work as White House correspondent for National Review magazine and a columnist for The Hill. He is also a syndicated columnist. Before working for National Review, York was a news producer at CNN Headline News and an investigative reporter for The American Spectator.

He has written for The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, and New York Post. He has appeared on such programs as Meet the Press, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, The O’Reilly Factor, Meet the Press, Special Report, The Laura Ingraham Show, and Hardball with Chris Matthews, and has contributed occasional commentaries to National Public Radio.

For a brief period in 2005 he was a contributing blogger at The Huffington Post. He has taken part in discussions with other media personalities at BloggingHeads.tv. He used to appear as a frequent guest on television and radio programs like Meet the Press, The O’Reilly Factor, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Special Report, The Laura Ingraham Show, and Hardball with Chris Matthews and has contributed occasional commentaries to National Public Radio. He also served as a news producer at CNN Headline News and as an investigative reporter for The American Spectator.

In the year 2005, he was a contributing blogger at The Huffington Post for a brief period. He took part in discussions with other media personalities at BloggingHeads.tv. Byron earned a huge sum of income after establishing himself in the network. However, Byron York salary is not known at the moment, and he is the one who does not want to show off anything regardless of the status he has secured and earned in his life.

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In 2001, York criticized President Clinton’s pardon of Susan McDougal, who had served three months in prison related to her involvement in the Whitewater scandal. In 2007, York called on President Bush to give a full pardon to Scooter Libby who was sentenced to prison for obstruction of justice, perjury and making false statements in the Plame affair.

In 2010, York wrote an op-ed titled “Obama has himself to blame for Muslim problem,” which argued that President Obama was himself to blame for the widespread misconception that he was Muslim. York wrote that Obama had written about his Muslim grandfather and noted that members of his extended family were Muslim. York said that the Obama campaign had “shouted down even a measured discussion of the topic”, and “to the outside observer, Obama sometimes doesn’t appear to practice any faith at all. Put it all together, and is it any wonder the public is confused?”

According to the Toronto Star, York has “the inquiries into the alleged deep-state conspiracy against Trump.” According to Slate, York has ” conspiracy theories about the FBI.” In 2017, York suggested that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election could be compromised because of an alleged friendship to former FBI Director James Comey, whom President Trump fired. In March 2018, York supported Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham’s recommendation of criminal charges against Christopher Steele, one of the people who sought to expose Russian interference in the 2016 election.

They alleged that Steele had lied to federal authorities. However, federal authorities have not filed charges against him for lying. In July 2018, when Mariia Butina, an accused Russian spy who had sought to involve herself in the NRA and the Republican Party, was arrested, York downplayed the charges. In February 2019, York argued that the attempt by the new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives to compel the release of President Trump’s tax returns amounted to the “ultimate fishing expedition.”