Abby Phillip Biography
Abby Phillip is an American digital journalist. She is a CNN White House Correspondent based in Washington, D.C. She joined the network in 2017 to cover the Trump Administration.
Abby is best known for her appearances on CNN and other TV networks. She previously worked at The Washington Post where she served as a national political reporter, covering the White House.
While there, she wrote extensively on subjects related to the Trump White House, including efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the president’s overseas trip to Poland and Germany for his first G-20.
She graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor degree in Government in 2010. Although her focus is writing on politics, she enjoys writing on science and human-centric stories.
Abby Phillip Age | How old is Abby
Abby was born as Abigail Daniella Phillip on November 25, 1988, in Bowie, Maryland. She is 29 years as of 2018.
Abby Phillip Family
Abby’s parents are June C. Phillip and Carlos W. Phillip. Her dad was a psychology program manager for the District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington while her mother is a real estate investor with Fairfax Realty. She has two sisters; Asha and Ann-Marie.
Abby Phillip Husband | Abby Phillip Married
Abby married her husband Marcus Richardson, a Visium managing consultant on 26th May 2018. Their wedding was officiated by the dean of Havard College for Public Service, Gene Corbin.
The couple first met through their mutual friends at a grand party in 2011 in Washington. They engaged during Christmas on 26 December 2016.
Abby Phillip Education
After graduating high school, she went to Havard University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Government in 2010. She originally went to college with a mindset of getting a pre-med degree to become a heart surgeon.
However, an assignment from the class that required her to write a one-off blog about her experiences with a service trip, made her realize her heart was into journalism. She, therefore, transitioned into Havard’s school of Arts.
Abby Phillip Career
Abby began her journalism career as a White House reporter and blogger for POLITICO where she also covered campaign finance and lobbying.
Abby Phillip ABC
She joined ABC News as an ABC News Fellow in Newyork and then was a digital reporter for the network covering politics, in Washington. While at ABC, she wrote and produced stories for ABC News programs including; This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Nightline, and ABCNews.com.
After gaining experience at several other journalist positions, Abby eventually worked full time at WJLA from 2012 to 2014.
Abby Phillip Washington Post
In 2014, Abby joined the Washington Post beginning in their general assignment team. In 2016, she was promoted to a political reporter and was the network’s correspondent following the Presidential Campaign. She Covered Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Since January 2017, after President Donald Trump ‘s inauguration, Abby focused on several subjects related to his administration including the president’s efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and his overseas trip to Poland and Germany for his first G-20.
Abby Phillip CNN
In October 2017, Abby joined CNN as a White House Correspondent.
Abby Phillip Salary
According to glassdoor.com, Abby’s salary ranges between $87,085 to $187,168.
Abby Phillip Nigeria
Abby is an American born Nigerian journalist who is of Yoruba lineage.
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Abby Phillip Trump News
In November, during a long question and answer session with Donald Trump, Abby asked president Trump a direct question, if the president wanted acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker to “rein in” special counsel Mueller.
Trump responded calling the question stupid. “What a stupid question that is. What a stupid question. I watch you a lot, you ask a lot of stupid questions.”
Abby later felt the urge to review the clip of the harsh interaction to make sure she had not done something she would regret professionally and after reviewing she felt very comfortable with the way she conducted herself. Abby told Elle.com.
Abby later felt the urge to review the clip of the harsh interaction to make sure she had not done something she would regret professionally and after reviewing she felt very comfortable with the way she conducted herself.
She also told Elle.com that she wishes she had the opportunity to engage him more because shed thought it could have been a good chance to get in his head, saying that the fact that he had that reaction let me know I was on the right path. “It probably wasn’t a stupid question, because then it would’ve been really easy for him to answer,” Abby said.