Philip Rucker Biography
Philip Rucker (Philip James Madelen Rucker) is a popular American political analyst as well as a member of the White House press corps. As of now, Philip serves at The Washington Post as the White House Bureau Chief. He also works for NBC News & MSNBC as a Political Analyst and Co-author of “A Very Stable Genius.” Philip joined the Washington Post in 2005.
He covered the Trump administration for the Post and had originally covered Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign and Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Philip Rucker Age
Philip Rucker was born on 20th March 1984, in Savannah, Georgia, United States of America. He is 38 years old.
Philip Rucker Height
Philip is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).
Philip Rucker Family
Philip was born to his loving and caring mother and father in Savannah, Georgia. He grew up in Savannah and he is currently living in Washington D.C. Nonetheless, there is no information in regard to his parents or siblings.
Philip Rucker Education
He attended and graduated from the St. Andrew’s School in Savannah, Georgia in the year 2002. Furthermore, attained his history degree from Yale University in 2006, where he worked for the Yale Daily News as a reporter and editor. In 2014, he was promoted to become the White House Bureau Chief after working at the Post on their White House beat.
Philip Rucker Wife
Despite being a well-renowned journalist, Philip has managed to keep his personal life away from the public attention thus making it difficult to tell if he is married, dating, engaged, or single. However, we are keeping tabs on this section and we shall update as soon as clear information is at our disposal.
Philip Rucker Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $120,000 per year.
Philip Rucker Net Worth
Philip has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million.
Philip Rucker Career
He serves as The Washington Post’s senior Washington correspondent. Philip is a Washington Post doyen and has held numerous positions within the organization. He joined the Washington Post In June 2005 as a Metro intern. After one year, Philip started working full-time for them as a reporter. He began to cover Maryland state politics in October 2007. Moreover, Philip reported social change as a philanthropy reporter in April 2008.
In November 2008, he moved to national politics. They garnered recognition when he and other members of his team were nominated for their coverage of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting as Pulitzer Prize finalists. In November of 2010, he became a Congressional Correspondent. In January 2014, Philip’s position changed to National Political Correspondent. During his tenure, he worked for the 2016 United States Presidential election as one of the lead reporters.