Lawrence O Donnell Biography
Lawrence O Donnell born “Lawrence Francis O’Donnell Jr.” is an American television pundit, actor, and host. He is well known for hosting The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, an MSNBC opinion and news program on Monday through Friday evenings. he is as well known for hosting Countdown with Keith Olbermann on MSNBC.
Lawrence O Donnell Age
He was born on 7th of November 1951 Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. He is 67 years old as of 2018.
Lawrence O Donnell Family
He was born to his parents, his mother Frances Marie an office manager, and his father Lawrence Francis O’Donnell Sr., an attorney. He is of Irish descent and grew up Catholic
Lawrence O Donnell Wife
Lawrence married Kathryn Harrold in 1994. The pair divorced in 2013, after 19 years of the marital relationship. Kathryn Harrold is an American counselor and retired film actress who is well known for her role in the movie named, The Hunter. He is currently in a relationship with Tamron Hall. She is an American broadcast journalist. The pair secretly tied the knot in 2016.
Lawrence O Donnell Children
Him with Kathryn Harrold his first wife has one grown child named as Elizabeth Buckley Harrold O’Donnell.
Lawrence O Donnell Education
He got enrolled at St. Sebastian’s School “class of 1970”, he became the captain of the baseball team and wide receiver on their undefeated football team. He dwelt in economics at Harvard College, he later graduated in 1976. He wrote for the Harvard Lampoon and was popular among its members for his wit and sarcasm.
Lawrence O Donnell Career
He started off his career as an author where he published books like Deadly Force in 1983 and later it turns into the film named A case of Deadly Force in 1986. Later, he then became a legislative aide in 1989 and Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan the after where he served as a senior adviser to Moynihan.
He then worked as staff director of the United States Senate Committee on the environment and also public works as workers Director of the United States Senate Committee on Finance.
He became a daily contributor to the program, Morning Joe with Joe Scarborough in 2009. He as well appeared frequently as a substitute host of the Countdown with Keith Olbermann, hosted 10 P.M. show, The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC Network.
The executive story editor of the television drama, The West Wing where he wrote varied episodes In 1999. He won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for The West Wing. He as well played Lee Hatcher character within the HBO series, Big Love, played President Josiah Bartlet’s father in a flashback sequence in Two Cathedrals.
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He has is hour-long weeknight news and political commentary program on MSNBC. The program airs live as from 10:00 P.M. Eastern Time Monday-Thursday, and is hosted by himself O’Donnell is described by MSNBC as “providing the last word on the biggest issues and most compelling stories of the day.
The show was first aired in the 10 pm slot Monday-Thursday on September 27, 2010, with the first episode featuring Vice President Joe Biden and Countdown host Keith Olbermann. The show was later moved to the 8 pm slot in January 2011 after Olbermann’s show was canceled. “Last Word” returned to its original 10 pm slot in October 2011.
Lawrence O Donnell Salary|Lawrence O Donnell Net Worth
He is believed to be earning a tremendous amount of salary to keep his ongoing life secure and live a lavish lifestyle. He has an estimated net worth of $12 Million as of now.
Lawrence O Donnell Podcast
- A democratic victory and a 38% president
- Trump in the war of words with Chief Justice Roberts
- Report: Trump wanted DOJ to prosecute Clinton and Comey
For more podcast get them from. www.podbean.com
Lawrence O Donnell Height
Lawrence stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches.
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Lawrence O’Donnell, an important and enthralling new account of the presidential election that changed everything, the race that created American politics as we know it today
The 1968 U.S. Presidential election was the young Lawrence O’Donnell’s political awakening, and in the decades since it has remained one of his abiding fascinations. For years he has deployed one of America’s shrewdest political minds to understanding its dynamics, not just because it is fascinating in itself, but because in it is contained the essence of what makes America different, and how we got to where we are now. Playing With Fire represents O’Donnell’s master class in American electioneering, embedded in the epic human drama of a system, and a country, coming apart at the seams in real-time.
Nothing went according to the script. LBJ was confident he’d dispatch with Nixon, the GOP frontrunner; Johnson’s greatest fear and real nemesis was RFK. But Kennedy and his team, despite their loathing of the president, weren’t prepared to challenge their own party’s incumbent. Then, out of nowhere, Eugene McCarthy shocked everyone with his disloyalty and threw his hat in the ring to run against the president and the Vietnam War.
A revolution seemed to be taking place, and LBJ, humiliated and bitter, began to look mortal. Then RFK leaped in, LBJ dropped out, and all hell broke loose. Two assassinations and a week of bloody riots in Chicago around the Democratic Convention later, and the old Democratic Party was a smoldering ruin, and, in the last triumph of old machine politics, Hubert Humphrey stood alone in the wreckage.
Suddenly Nixon was the frontrunner, having masterfully maintained a smooth façade behind which he feverishly held his party’s right and left wings in the fold, through a succession of ruthless maneuvers to see off George Romney, Nelson Rockefeller, Ronald Reagan, and the great outside threat to his new Southern Strategy, the arch-segregationist George Wallace.
But then, amazingly, Humphrey began to close, and so, in late October, Nixon pulled off one of the greatest dirty tricks in American political history, an act that may well meet the statutory definition of treason. The tone was set for Watergate and all else that was to follow, all the way through to today.
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Lawrence O Donnell And Daughter
Daughters “surprise and enchant me.” @POTUS speaks beautifully for all fathers of daughters.
— Lawrence O’Donnell (@Lawrence) January 18, 2017
Lawrence O Donnell Hammer
Lawrence apologized on Twitter Wednesday for a leaked off-air rant during which he swore at his crew because of “insanity in my earpiece.” He apologized after earlier Mediaite released a more than the eight-minute long clip that showed O’Donnell cursing and yelling at his staff over an apparent earpiece malfunction.
A better anchorman and a better person would’ve had a better reaction to technical difficulties. I’m sorry.
— Lawrence O’Donnell (@Lawrence) September 20, 2017
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MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell breaks down the one document that ‘could destroy the Trump re-election campaign’
MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell on Wednesday broke down a scenario that should haunt President Donald Trump.
O’Donnell began Wednesday’s “The Last Word” with, “Donald Trump once again making a Trump problem much worse.”
“Today, Donald Trump’s John Bolton problem got much worse. No one makes Donald Trump’s problems get worse better than Donald Trump and so today when he was asked about John Bolton, Donald Trump could not resist taking shots at John Bolton, attacking John Bolton, calling John Bolton not smart,” O’Donnell explained.
“John Bolton resisted responding to Donald Trump’s provocation,” he continued. “Well, John Bolton didn’t completely resist. He said some very important words. John Bolton said, ‘I will have my say in due course.’ That was first reported as a text John Bolton sent to The Washington Post and soon NBC News confirmed those exact words from John Bolton today, ‘I will have my say in due course.’”
“It would have been much better for Donald Trump if John Bolton decided to have his say today and get it over with, but on this, at least, John Bolton is much, much smarter than Donald Trump,” O’Donnell said.
“John Bolton is going to have his say. He is going to respond to the insults that Donald Trump threw at him today,” he continued. “But John Bolton is going to control the timing and the form of his response to Donald Trump.”
“John Bolton has already written one book of memoirs of serving in a Republican presidential administration. Tonight, John Bolton has the makings of a book that could outsell any book ever written by a member of a presidential administration. And a book that could destroy the Trump re-election campaign,” O’Donnell said.
“Might ‘due course’ be, oh, a year from now in September or October of 2020? At the height of the presidential campaign? Might that be the moment for John Bolton to release his second memoir of service to a president? Might that be when and how John Bolton has his say?” O’Donnell wondered. “And what would that book do to the Trump reelection campaign? Donald Trump should be very worried about John Bolton’s next book.”
“There is a small group of New York literary agents to handle books like this and they would all advise John Bolton to have his say in a book and to maximize the value in the marketplace, John Bolton should say nothing between now and when the book comes out. That means that every day of John Bolton’s silence becomes more ominous for the Trump campaign,” he explained.
The stakes aren’t just enormous for Trump, but also for Bolton.
“John Bolton is in a position to become the best-selling author ever of an inside the Trump White House book, and he has enough time to write one and get it published at the height of the presidential campaign, and that book could be worth several million dollars. A life-changing amount of money for John Bolton.”
Republican strategist Rick Wilson agreed with O’Donnell’s analysis.
“I think he’s got the chance to stick the knife in right into Trump’s soft under-chin at the right moment — if he chooses to do so,” Wilson said, ominously.