Eugene Daniels Biography

Eugene Daniels is a well-known journalist who contributes to MSNBC as a White House Correspondent and Playbook co-Author for POLITICO. He is quite famous and gained lots of praise for his political reporting in the United States.

Early Life

Eugene Daniels was born somewhere in the United States of America. In Kellen, Texas, he enrolled in Shoemaker High School. He was an intelligent political science student. In 2012, he received his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University.

Eugene Daniels Career

Eugene started his professional career after his graduation. In Colorado Springs, he began his career in local television. In January, Daniels joined Rachael Bade, Ryan Lizza, and Tara Palmeri as co-authors of Playbook. Daniels also worked as an intern at the only news station that only covers Northern Colorado news during the summer of 2010. He’s helped news and sports reporters with shooting and editing, as well as producing news and sports shows. He also worked as a content producer for over three years. He was then chosen for a position as a political reporter, where he excelled and was promoted. Eugene also reports on Kamala Harris, Jill Biden, Doug Emhoff, and other rising power players in Washington as a White House correspondent. He is the first significant Black co-author of the newsletter and the first person in the LGBTQ+, and he’s a Politico Video regular.

He also hosted Politico’s Confronting Inequality Town Hall series, which looked at issues like policing, housing, healthcare, education, and jobs. Daniels began covering the midterm elections, the Democratic presidential primary, and the general election for Politico in 2018. Previously, he covered the 2016 presidential primary, midterm elections, Democratic presidential primary, and general election in print, video journalism, and podcasts. Eugene chaired POLITICO’s Confronting Inequality Town Hall series, which addressed how injustices in policing, housing, healthcare, education, and employment pervade and plague the United States during the country’s confrontation with race in 2020. Prior to joining POLITICO, Eugene worked as a political reporter at Newsy, where he covered the 2016 primary, general election, and national politics.

Social Media

Eugene Daniels is currently active on Instagram, where he has 6,375 followers and 2,783 followings under the alias @eugenedaniels2. He has 44.2K followers and 4,584 followings on Twitter, where he has been active since October 2011.

Eugene Daniels Biography

Real Name Eugene Daniels
Birth Date 1990-1995
Age (as of 2021) 25-30 Years
Birth Place U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 177 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 85 kg  –  in Pounds –  187 lbs
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Average

Family

Father
Mother
Sister
Brother

Qualification/Education

School Shoemaker High School
College Colorado State University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair Yes
Is she a Gay? Yes
Boyfriend Nate Stephens

Personal Life

Eugene Daniels has made it clear that he is gay. He is now dating Nate Stephens. Nate is aware of Daniels and avoids discussing the subject in public. They are both quite supportive of each other and never hesitate to express their views about the LGBTQ community publically.

Eugene Daniels Net Worth

Daniels has a net worth of $ 1.2 million, which he has acquired entirely through his hard work and dedication as a professional journalist. He is a committed man who works hard every day to better himself.

Trivia

  • Eugene’s works are primarily based on current Vice President Kamala Harris’ and First Lady of the United States, Dr. Jill Biden’s, recent acts.
  • Daniels has worked as a content producer for KOAA-TV, a political reporter for Newsy, and a reporter, anchor, host, editorial board member, and columnist for The Rocky Mountain Collegian.
  • Eugene is also known for hosting the chat show Daniels after Dark.
  • He was the head of the Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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