Philip Wegmann Biography, Age, Height, Education And Wikipedia

Philip Wegmann

Philip Wegmann is an American journalist and political commentator, who currently works for RealClearPolitics, recognized political news and polling data aggregator.

Philip Wegmann Biography

Philip Wegmann is both a staff writer at The Federalist and the producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. In the past, he reported with the Daily Signal where he covered breaking national and international news, while also publishing in-depth regional stories from around the country. Graduating with honors from Hillsdale College, he earned bachelor’s degrees in History and Political Philosophy.

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Hillsdale College is a private college in Hillsdale, Michigan. Founded in 1844 by devout abolitionists known as Free Will Baptists, it has a liberal arts curriculum that is based on the Western heritage as a product of both the Greco-Roman culture and the Judeo-Christian tradition. Hillsdale requires every student, regardless of major, to complete a core curriculum that includes courses on the Great Books, U.S. Constitution, biology, chemistry, and physics.

Since the late 20th century, the college has been one of several in the U.S. that declines to accept federal financial support, instead depending entirely on private donations.In August 1844, members of the local community of Freewill Baptists resolved to organize their denomination’s first collegiate institution.:4 After gathering donations, they established Hillsdale College as Michigan Central College in Spring Arbor, Michigan on December 4, 1844.:6 This site is currently home to Spring Arbor University. Although religiously affiliated, the college was officially nonsectarian.

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Hillsdale no longer has any denominational affiliation but, according to its website, says that “the moral tenets of Christianity as commonly understood in the Christian tradition have been essential to the mission of the College” based by abolitionists, it has been open to black and female students from its first days.
Under its first president, Rev. Daniel McBride Graham, who held the office from 1844 to 1848, Michigan Central College opened within a two-room store and admitted five students. In March 1845, the govt. of Michigan incorporated the faculty by AN act of assembly, and therefore the school registered twenty-five undergraduates by the tip of its 1st year.

Philip Wegmann Age

Born on May 12th, 1992 he is around 27 years of age as of 2019.

Philip Wegmann Height

He stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match Her Height.

Philip Wegmann Education

Homeschooled in his early years, Philip has achieved a number of academic accolades.
At 18-years-old, he won the first prize for a national essay writing contest, answering the question “What qualities make America a great nation?” The contest was put on by the ‘Stossel in the Classroom’ organization and received over 7,500 submissions.A year prior, Philip was selected as one of 45 students to participate in the 2010 ‘Youth Education Summit’, put on by the National Rifle Association (NRA).

The weeklong event held in Washington DC aims to help students explore American government and laws. It also offers $55,000 in scholarships for those who demonstrate leadership qualities and knowledgeable participation; Philip received $2,000 from the event.
In 2011, he moved a state north to attend Hillsdale College in Michigan, from which he graduated with a degree in history and politics. Despite not taking a journalism class until his senior year, he wrote for the school newspaper, The Collegian.

Philip Wegmann Career

Fresh out of college, Philip got a job as a staff writer and radio producer at the conservative web magazine and podcast, The Federalist. After a few months, he moved on to work as a congressional correspondent for The Daily Signal. In the end of 2016, Philip began working at The Washington Examiner as a political commentary writer.

After some good years at The Washington Examiner, Phillip now works with RealClearPolitics, where he covers the White House and 2020 Presidential elections. Finding success in his field at a young age, Philip has been featured on respected news outlets like CNN, Fox News, Fox Business, BBC and NPR — to name a few. Adding to his portfolio, Philip was selected as a fellow for America’s Future Foundation Writing Program in 2016; and as a Publius Fellow at The Claremont Institute in 2017. In 2018, he was awarded the Tony Blankley Chair for Public Policy and American Exceptionalism by the Steamboat Institute.

Philip Wegmann Married

Little is known about Wegmann and his Personal life about whom he is dating or if he is married.

Philip Wegmann Net Worth

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President Trump on Friday thanked U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., for blocking a bill that she called a “blatant political stunt.”The bill, known as the Foreign Influence Reporting in Elections Act, was proposed by U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., and required unanimous consent, the Tennessean of Nashville reported.“Thank you Senator @MarshaBlackburn for fighting obstructionist Democrats led by Cryin’ Chuck Schumer,” the president tweeted. “Democrats continue to look for a do-over on the Mueller Report and will stop at nothing to distract the American people from the great accomplishments of this Administration!”

The bill was prompted by remarks Trump made during an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos in the Oval Office this week where the president said he would be willing to listen if a foreign government came to his campaign with “dirt” on an opponent.“I think I’d take it,” Trump said. “If I thought there was something wrong, I’d go maybe to the FBI.”

In a “Fox & Friends”” interview on Friday, Trump clarified himself, saying he would “of course, report dirt to the FBI.””My colleagues on the left tried to rush this legislation through the Senate without giving it a chance for the careful consideration and debate needed to address such an important issue,” Blackburn said in a statement Thursday, according to the Tennessean. “Of course action needs to be taken to protect the integrity of our elections, but let’s do this the right way.”

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