Daniel Krauthammer is a well-known American writer and editor who has worked as a writer for economics and political analysis. As the son of a famous writer, he has been interested in writing and has risen to fame because of his father’s work.
In December 1986, Daniel Krauthammer was born in New York City, USA. He is now a 32-year old author, analyst, and commentator. Apart from all these, he is best known to be the son of Pulitzer Prize-winning political columnist Charles Krauthammer.
Daniel Krauthammer was raised in New York City, his hometown, as an only child. Her famous Pulitzer-winning political columnist named Charles Krauthammer, and his mother was also a known person, Robyn Krauthammer, an artist, and former attorney. His ethnicity is Ashkenazi Jewish, while he holds an American nationality. Their parents were both students of the Oxford University, and after two years of dating, they decided to marry each other in 1974.
Daniel was born and brought up in an Ashkenazi Jewish family, and he has been interested in writing from a young age, and also he used to read more of his father’s written books from childhood. There is no infroamtion about his siblings, and whether he has a sibling or is the only child in his family is unknown. On June 21, 2018, his father, Charles, passed away; it was a significant loss for him as he was very close to his father and was a great inspiration for him in writing. Daniel always needs to follow his father’s footprints in his career.
Life As A Student
His LinkedIn profile says Daniel Krauthammer is a Harvard Graduate. He studied at Harvard University between 2003 and 2007, and he obtained a BA degree in Social Studies. And then, in 2019, he completed his Master’s degree in Financial Economics from Oxford University. He received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the prestigious Stanford University for higher studies.
For the White House’s Office of Strategic Initiatives, Daniel did an internship while studying at Harvard. After that, only for half a year in 2005, he spent working for the National Institutes of Health as a summer research specialist. From 2006 onwards, he worked as an economic analyst for both Inter-American Development Bank and New York City Economic Development Corporation. Soon after, he was awarded the chance to serve in the positions of deputy to chief economic policy advisor and monetary policy analyst in 2008 for the Presidential Campaign of John McCain.
Being A prominent person
After his deeds for McCain’s Presidential campaign, he recognized himself as a columnist and political commentator. He has written various must-read articles on foreign affairs, economics, and finance for prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, The New Republic, National Review, etc. He is also a producer and worked more numerous Production Companies and Studios between the years 2010 and 2013. He is a screenplay writer himself. In 2014, he was hired from Google, and then he served as the Vice-president for Radboud, a company based in Los Angeles, California.
Daniel has worked as a screenplay writer for many films and as a many film producer from 2010 to 213. He used to appear frequently as a guest on the podcast Ricochet. In April 2017, he wrote What Makes America Great for the Weekly Standard, praising Donald Trump and his America First agenda. Later it was listed in the New York Times as a 2017 must-reader list book. In December 2018, he published another book named The Point Of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors; the book was created for his father, and has written many new forewords. The book was named the New York Times best-selling books.
Daniel Krauthammer’s father Charles Krauthammer
Charles Krauthammer was born in Manhattan, New York City, the United States of America, on March 13, 1950. He was raised in an Orthodox Jewish family background; his father’s name is Shulim Krauthammer, and Thea Horowitz was his mother’s. He studied at Herzliah High School; after that, he joined McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and studied for his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics in 1970. Then he joined Balliol College, located in Oxford, UK, then he joined Harvard Medical School and graduated there.
Charles is interested in psychiatry and has started to publish some research papers in the Archives of General Psychiatry. Then he was appointed as a director of Psychiatric research, and he used to participate in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders’ third edition publishing. In 1984, Charles was a member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. In 1980, he was appointed the US 42nd Vice President Walter Mondale speechwriter. Then he went o work as a political commentator and columnist for the New Republic and Time. On June 8, 2018, he passed away because of small intestine cancer; at the time, he was 68 years old.
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Prevailing news regarding him suggests that Daniel is single and lives in Washington DC. For hobbies, he likes to travel to new places. He is also an ardent fan of football. It is also unknown whether he may be in a relationship with someone, and also he can keep that private because he will not use to share more of her personal life with anyone.
Appearance, Body Measurements, and Net Worth
Daniel has dark brown eyes and short dark brown hair. His height and weight, respectively, are 5ft 8ins (172cm) and 143lbs (61kgs). Reports suggest that Daniel Krauthammer’s net worth must be over 2 million US dollars, mainly earned from his incredibly successful career as a political commentator, analyst, and columnist. To add to this, he also receives a handsome amount every year from his father’s book sales.
Social media presence of Daniel Krauthammer
Regarding his social media presence, Daniel is less active on social media, and he will focus more on his writing career. He is active only on Twitter, has more than 55 K followers, and will often tweet on it. Besides, he is inactive on social media platforms such as Tik Tok, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.