George Will vs Bill O'Reilly

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$3 Million
Net worth 2018
Media Personalities
Industry
Media & Entertainment
Champaign, Illinois
Residence
New York City
United States
Country
United States
04/05/1941
BirthDay
10/09/1949
Height
1.93 m
University Laboratory High School, Trinity College, Princeton University, University of Oxford
Education
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2009

He gave incorrect data regarding the global sea ice level in 2009 for which he attracted the wrath of environmentalists

2008

Will had rattled a lot of cages when he reported the offshore drilling by China near South Florida in 2008

2007

He was criticized regarding his dealings with Conrad Black who was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in the year 2007

1991

He married Mari Maseng, a political consultant and speechwriter, in 1991

1990

His book on baseball, ‘Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball’ (1990), became a bestseller and reached the No

1986

He was called ‘perhaps the most powerful journalist in America’ by the Wall Street Journal in 1986

1981

Presently, he works as a contributing analyst with ABC News Channel and has also appeared every Sunday morning on ABC’s ‘This Week’ since 1981

1980

He, for one, was accused of being unprofessional and helping Ronald Reagan prepare for his 1980 presidential debate

1978

He worked as the Washington editor of the ‘National Review’ in 1978

1977

He served as a television commentator for ‘Argonsky and Company’ (1977-84) and NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ from mid to late 1980’s

1976

He became a contributing editor for ‘Newsweek’ in 1976 and wrote a bi-weekly column until 2011

1974

In 1974, he joined the Washington Post Writers Group and started writing a syndicated bi-weekly column that still continues to appear on Thursdays and Sundays

1970

Will served on the staff of Senator Gordon from 1970 to 1972 before teaching political philosophy at the James Madison College of Michigan State University and the University of Toronto

1967

He received his MA and PhD in politics from Princeton University in 1967