Jonathan Swan : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
Jonathan Swan is an Australian journalist who works as a political reporter for Axios know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate||7 August 1985|
|Age (as of 2021)||36 Years|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Betsy Woodruff Swan|
|Parents||Norman Swan and Dr. Lee Sutton|
|Education||Sydney Grammar School|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
Jonathan Swan is an Australian journalist who works as a political reporter for Axios. He won the Emmy Award in 2021 for his interviewing.
Jonathan Swan with Wife Betsy Woodruff Swan
As a member of the Sydney Morning Herald in the Canberra Press Gallery, Swan was presented with the Wallace Brown Award in 2014 for most outstanding young journalist.
Early Life and Family
Swan was born and raised in Australia.He is Jewish.Swan is the son of physician, journalist, and radio and television broadcaster Norman Swan his aunt and uncle are also Australian journalists.He graduated from Sydney Grammar School in Sydney.In Australia, he entered the field of journalism in 2010. He later moved to the United States, and in 2014 held a yearlong fellowship with the American Political Science Association before returning to journalism in 2015 and remaining in the U.S.
Jonathan Swan Wife
Jonathan Swan married American reporter Betsy Woodruff of Politico on September 14, 2019. The Couple have a daughter together named Esther Jane Swan.He intends to immigrate to the United States.According Jonathan his wife is one of the most adoring personalities ever known to him.
Jonathan Swan Net Worth
Jonathan Swan is an Australian journalist who works as a political reporter for Axios has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million i 2021.Swan average annual salary is $52,000.
Swan began his career as a national political reporter based in Canberra, Australia's capital city, for Fairfax Media and as a political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald.He joined The Hill in August 2015 as part of their campaign team.
Swan became a national political reporter for Axios in December 2016.While at Axios, Swan broke several stories about the Trump administration.Former Washington Post journalist Ronald Kessler claimed in his 2018 book The Trump White House: Changing the Rules of the Game that Swan is among a handful of reporters to whom President Donald Trump feeds information, with instructions to attribute quotes to an unnamed White House official.
Swan was the first to report that the U.S. would pull out of the Paris climate deal that Steve Bannon was about to be fired that Trump would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and that Trump would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals executive action policy.Swan broke the news that the Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was retiring from Congress.
In September 2018, Swan reported on Axios that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had resigned. Rosenstein remained in his post, and it later emerged that he had offered a letter of resignation that was not accepted. Axios clarified the article, and Swan wrote on Twitter that he "“screwed up by giving it a certainty it didn’t warrant”.
In August 2020, Swan was praised by people on social media for the manner in which he had conducted an interview with President Trump. During the interview, Swan pointedly questioned and fact-checked numerous false, misleading, or bizarre statements as the President spoke them.Media columnist for The New York Times Ben Smith wrote that Swan's was "perhaps the best interview of Mr. Trump’s term."
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