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Jonathan Swan Bio, Age, Family, Girlfriend, Net Worthy, Axios and Fox News.

Jonathan Swan Bio

As an Australian journalist, Jonathan Swan is widely known. He is now working for Axios as a national political reporter. He has also previously covered the current US president Donal Trump.

Jonathan Swan Age/Height

Jonathan Swan was born on 7 August 1985, he is 33 years as per now but will be turning 34 years old on 7th August this year 2019. Jonathan is decently tall and weighs about 71 kilos and has a height of 5 feet 10 inches. His skin is quite white, his hair and eyes are light browns. There’s nothing much about his body shapes.

Jonathan Swan Family

Jonathan is a professional son of Dr Norman Swan, Scottish Australian Broadcaster and Doctor. But the identity of his mother is not yet revealed. He’s got an uncle in his family, Philip Swan. He has two sisters named Georgia and Anna talking about his siblings. His father claimed to be proud of three kids in an interview with The Sydney Herald Morning.

Jonathan Swan Girlfriend

Jonathan and his girlfriend-turned-fiancée, Besty Woodruff, have always been together. His girlfriend is a reporter for The Daily Beast, with whom he exchanged rings on March 10, 2018. He never mentioned how they met with each other, though.

Jonathan Swan Career/Education

Swan began reporting his career for local websites and news channels. He gets the opportunity to work as a national political reporter for Axios, founded by Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei, after working there for some time. Then his career takes a turn and many people also knew him.

He wins the Congressional Fellowship of the American Political Science Association in 2014. Then he moved to the United States. He joined The Hill as a national political reporter in Washington D.C. not earlier in 2015. Then he began to gain fame. In addition, he worked as a Republican and Democratic reporter. He’s working there covering the news of the White House annexation by Steve Bannon.

Jonathan focused his career when he published stories related to LGBT issues, in 2013 he documented an article entitled Anti-gay rights, focused on and preferred equalization with gay rights, brought this topic to the fore, and also interviewed Mel Heifetz, a Gay Rights sympathizer. It’s released in 2016 in The Hill.

He worked nicely and is always appreciated, as well as being the first reporters to cover the end of DACA by President Trump in 2018, it was established by the 2012 Obama administration, founded by former President Barack Obama.

Jonathan Swan Net Worth/Salary

Jonathan has maintained a net worth of $2 million.

Jonathan Swan Axios

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Jonathan Swan Betsy Woodruff

Betsy Woodruff: Engaged to Jonathan Swan

American political correspondent Betsy Woodruff discovered a love for someone with the same profession as hers, but she is currently making a step further in her relationship, since March 2018 she has been engaged with Jonathan Swan. He is an Australian writer and as a national political journalist he is filling in.

Jonathan Swan Fox News

Trump’s new plan ‘fundamentally changes the way we think about immigration’, Jonathan Swan says

The new, soon-to-be-announced immigration plan of President Trump “fundamentally changes the way we think about immigration,” said Jonathan Swan, a reporter for Axios Wednesday. Trump is scheduled to deliver a major immigration address on Thursday, Fox News learned, as the plan will be formally unveiled by the White House.

Three senior officials in the administration told Fox News that the proposal would put an end to the visa lottery system and instead implement a comprehensive merit-based admission procedure.

“The most important thing about this proposal is that it fundamentally changes the way we think about immigration,” Swan said on “Special Report” as part of the “All-Star Panel.” “It flips on his head [ the idea that ] typically we take the bulk of people based on their family ties. This completely reverses that and looks at skills and education,” he said.

Potential immigrants would be assessed using a point-based system, taking into account factors including age, English skills, whether each candidate has a job offer above a certain wage threshold, and educational and vocational certifications reported Fox News.

Swan noted that top Trump advisor Jared Kushner – married to the daughter of the president, Ivanka – is presenting the plan on Capitol Hill. Host Bret Baier asked Swan which of the top two endeavours of Kushner, the new immigration overhaul and the proposal to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians, would have a better chance to come to fruition.