Early life, family, educational background
Lisa Marie Booth was born on February 3, 1985 in West Virginia, USA. She is an American political commentator and Republican strategist, working for Fox News. She grew up in Washington DC with her mother, Dianne Marie Boothe (née Wilkinson), who was a homemaker and her father, Jeffrey Ferris Boothe. Her father spent ten years in politics and was an assistant to a senator on Capitol Hill. She has three older brothers.
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She attended the University of Tennessee in 2003, and in 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government, which helped her pursue a successful career as a political commentator and Republican strategist.
She was a member of the Phi Mu sorority during her years in college.
After graduation, she worked as a Republican staff aide in the U.S. House of Representatives. Her hard work meant she started serving on the National Republican Congressional Committee in 2010, and two years later during the presidential campaign, when she served as communications director for Republican Representative Sandy Adams in 2012. She worked for Sandy’s 2011 re-election campaign. 2012, and although the November 2012 elections were lost, Lisa gained experience and a strong reputation.
She was then a spokeswoman for Tommy Thompson’s Senate campaign and went on to work with renowned politicians such as Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito and Congressman Mark Meadows. In 2014, she was invited to serve as a senior director for a global investment management partnership, the Black Rock Group, during the election campaign. She was also a consultant for Dan Sullivan’s Senate Race, including developing communication strategies for politicians. She became vice president of public affairs research at WPA Research and political polls in 2015, collaborating with several politicians from around the country.
She was a contributing writer from 2016 to 2017 for “The Washington Examiner,” “The Hill,” and “The Washington Times.” She is the president and founder of the public communications and political affairs firm, High Noon Strategies, which works closely with Fortune 500 companies to provide political consultation and strategies. She is a senior member of the conservative activist group Independent Women’s Voice, the sister organization of the Independent Women’s Forum.
She began working for Fox News Channel in October 2016, starting as a network contributor, which has included political commentary and analysis on the FNC’s primetime and daytime programs.
Since her start on the network, Lisa has appeared on several Fox shows and has filled in for hosts during several segments. On August 6, 2017, Fox News announced that Lisa would replace Eric Bolling on their show “Specialists,” but in September 2017, they announced the show’s cancellation, following Eric’s departure from the network.
She occasionally co-hosts ‘The Five’ and ‘Outnumbered’, is a frequent guest on ‘The Story’ and panelist on ‘Special Report’, all of which are broadcast on the Fox News Channel.
She is a secretive person and likes to keep her personal life private.
She is reportedly in a relationship with John Bourbonia Cummins; the rumors came after John posted a comment on one of Lisa’s photos on Facebook, actually a slightly sarcastic comment, thanking her for cutting him out of the photo. In response, she replied, “I love you. Mean it.’
Bella Marie Boothe is her Cavalier King Charles dog.
She is open and proud of being a Republican and is quick to defend her position and beliefs. In an April 2017 issue of the “Washington Examiner,” Lisa wrote, “The death toll is mounting and it’s time to fight back. We have seen that the left will not stop at nothing to systematically destroy the lives of those with whom it disagrees… And while the right must never get involved in the violent tactics of the left, they must never allow their voice is suppressed.’
She has not been afraid to defend US President Donald Trump; one such case was when he reportedly met a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised to provide Trump with incriminating information against Hillary Clinton.
She recently defended President Trump when he was accused by singer Bruce Springsteen of being anti-American. On “The Story,” she said, “I think the United States presidency is about as American as it gets, especially for a man who gave up his soft billionaire lifestyle to decide to run for president… So I guess President Trump loves this country.”
Due to her blatant openness about her political status, she has been involved in many controversies and regularly accuses the media of liberal bias, believing that the majority of journalists have liberal leanings. After President Trump’s inauguration, she shared on Fox News that she believes he has “debunked the media as largely partisan.”
On July 14, 2017, during the broadcast of Fox News’ The Five, she insulted Hillary Clinton by claiming that Hillary is so desperate to run for president that she would sell her daughter if it won her over.
Her statement got even more attention when Hillary’s daughter responded in a tweet, saying, “No, she wouldn’t. I never doubted and always knew that I was the most important part of her life. Now as a mother I am even more grateful to my mother.’
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
In high school, she played lacrosse and hockey and won two state championships. In her senior year of high school, she was the captain of their lacrosse team. She had to undergo reconstructive surgery after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament while playing, an injury that put any thought of a career in sports, so she turned her attention to her academics.
She has blond hair and hazel eyes. She is 1.57 m tall, weighs about 55 kg and her vital statistics are 35-25-35.
Wealth and salary
As of early 2020, her net worth is estimated at $10 million. She is considered the most well-known reporter on Fox News and therefore reportedly receives an annual salary of $600,000. For her writing contribution, she gets more than $121,000 a year. Her total income is about $2 million per year.