S.E. Cupp Biography
Sarah Elizabeth Cupp (S.E. Cupp) is an American writer, T.V host, and political commentator. As of now, she is working as a political commentator and real conservative at CNN. She is an all-time guest panelist on the “Real-Time” show alongside Bill Maher. She has a heartfelt authenticity that gives her a distinct political analysis on distinct political analysis and CNN programming.
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S.E. Cupp Family
S.E Cupp was born to her mother Patricia Cupp, and father in Oceanside, California, United States of America. Nonetheless, Cupp has not mentioned her father’s name or whether she has siblings.
S.E. Cupp Education
S.E Cupp went to the Academy of Notre Dame. Later, she graduated from Cornell University and attained a Bachelor’s degree in Art History in 2000. Cupp was working with The Daily Sun while in Cornell. She also joined the Gallatin School of Individualized Learning at New York University and graduated with a degree in Religious Studies in 2010.
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S.E. Cupp salary
S.E Cupp earns a good salary of $500,000 annually.
S.E. Cupp Net Worth
She has accumulated a lot of wealth from her illustrious career and she has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
S.E. Cupp Career
As of now, she is working as a political commentator and real conservative at CNN. She is an all-time guest panelist on the “Real-Time” show alongside Bill Maher. She has a heartfelt authenticity that gives her a distinct political analysis on distinct political analysis and CNN programming.
Cupp serves as a host of a political talk show called “The Cycle” for MSNBC. On October 6, 2012, Cupp was impersonated by Kate McKinnon even though she has never been on Saturday Night Live. Before this, she used to be a panelist on the CNN political debate show named Crossfire. Cupp authored the books, “Losing Our Religion”, “Why You’re Wrong About the Right”, and “the Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity”.
Cupp left MSNBC and The Cycle on June 27, 2013. Later, CNN announced that she would join the re-launching of Crossfire on June 26, 2013. Cupp’s co-hosts were Gingrich, Van Jones, and Stephanie Cutter. CNN’s sister station HLN announced that she would host a new evening program, in August 2018. Her columns secured a publication in the New York Daily News in 2018.