Jake Tapper Wiki
Jake Tapper (Jacob Paul Tapper) is an American journalist and author. Tapper is the Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN, anchor of the CNN weekday television news show The Lead with Jake Tapper, and anchor of the CNN and CNN International Sunday morning affairs program State of the Union.
Jake Tapper Biography
Before joining CNN, Tapper worked for ABC News. His work was honored by The White House Correspondents’ Association Senior White House Correspondent with ABC News with three Merriman Smith Memorial Awards for broadcast journalism.
By contributing to the coverage of the inauguration of President Obama Taper earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story. He was part of a team that was awarded an Edward R. Murrow award for Video: Breaking News for “Target bin Laden: The Death of Public Enemy #1.”
Taper’s book The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor debuted at number 10 in November 2012 on The New York Times Bestseller list for hardback non-fiction. His book together with his reporting on the veterans and troops were cited when the Congressional Medal of Honor Society awarded him the “Tex” McCrary Award for Excellence in Journalism.
The Debate of The Republican primary Tapper moderated in September 2015 attracted more than 23 million viewers, making it the most-watched program in the history of CNN and the second-most watched primary debate ever. The taper also moderated the Republican presidential debate in Miami on March 10, 2016, which also drew almost 12 million viewers and, according to Variety, “garnered acclaim for its substance”.
Jake Tapper Age
Jake was born on March 12, 1969, in New York City.
Jake Tapper Height
Jake stands at a height of 1.85 m.
Jake Tapper Family
Jake was born in New York City and was brought up in Queen Village, Philadelphia. He is the son of Theodore S. “Ted” and Helen Anne Tapper. His mother, who is originally from Canada but largely grew in Chapel Hill, NC retired as a psychiatric nurse at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Tapper’s father, from Chicago, graduated from Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School and went on to serve as the president of South Philadelphia Pediatrics and associate clinical professor of pediatrics at Jefferson Medical College. Tapper’s father was born to a Jewish family and his mother, who was raised Presbyterian, converted to Judaism. He spent summers attending the Jewish summer camp Camp Ramah in the Poconos.
Jake Tapper Brother
Aaron J. Hahn Tapper is a brother to Jake Tapper, he is the Mae and Benjamin Swig Associate Professor in Jewish Studies and the Founder and Director of the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice at the University of San Francisco. Google Books.
Jake Tapper Wife
Taper married his wife Jennifer Marie Brown in 2006 at her home state of Missouri. The couple resides in Washington, D.C. with their two children a daughter named Alice and a son Jack. Taper practices Judaism. He is a lifelong fan of the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Philadelphia 76ers.
Jake Tapper Religion
Jake’s father was born to a Jewish family and his mother also converted from Presbyterian to Judaism. He spent summers attending the Jewish summer camp Camp Ramah in the Poconos.Taper practices Judaism
The Lead With Jake Tapper
This is an afternoon early evening newscast on CNN hosted by Jake Tapper that first aired on March 18, 2013. This show is currently aired weekdays live from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET from CNN’s studios in Washington D.C. The show contains many different subjects, these are the National, Political, Money, Buried, Sports, World, Pop, Tech, and Health leads.
Jake Tapper State Of The Union
Hosted by CNN’s chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper, “State of the Union” features one-on-one interviews with top newsmakers on politics and policy. Often joined by a round table of expert guests, the Sunday morning program covers Washington, the country, and the world, and goes beyond the Beltway for a perspective on how everyday Americans are faring.
Jake Tapper Salary
Tapper is an American journalist and author who has a net worth of $4 million.
Jake Tapper Cartoons
Tapper also contributed cartoons to The American Spectator magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. On the week of May 23, 2016, Tapper guest illustrated the Dilbert cartoon. The original drawings were posted for sale online to raise money for the Homes for Our Troops Foundation.
Jake Tapper Kellyanne Conway
Tapper hosted Kellyann Conway in an interview on CNN’s state. Kellyanne was on the show to discuss the sexual assault and misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the FBI’s investigation into the matter.
She stated that “I feel very empathetic, frankly, for victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and rape. I’m a victim of sexual assault,” Conway said. “I don’t expect Judge Kavanaugh or Jake Tapper or Jeff Flake or anybody to be held responsible for that. You have to be responsible for your own conduct.”
Jake Tapper Obama
Tapper contributed to the coverage of the inauguration of President Obama that earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story. Tapper was part of a team that was awarded an Edward R. Murrow award for Video: Breaking News for “Target bin Laden: The Death of Public Enemy #1
Jake Tapper Show
Tapper’s show currently airs weekdays live from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET from CNN’s studios in Washington D.C.
Jake Tapper Political Views
Despite tapper keeping himself away from talking about republic or democrat some articles revealed a general liberal point of view. It would be fair to say that he probably has a liberal tendency in his personal views but that everyone is supposed to hold political views, and what is important is that his views don’t terribly shade his reporting.
It is also important to point out that even if Tapper is a liberal, that doesn’t necessarily mean he is a Democrat. (The Democratic Party is a party that is generally liberal on the issues. Sometimes people use “Democrat” and “liberal” interchangeably, but technically being a Democrat means you are a member of the Democratic party.) Tapper’s political part is independent.
Jake Tapper ABC
In 2003 ABC News hired Jake. While he was there, he covered a range of topics including work in the ABC News Baghdad bureau, from New Orleans after the failure of the levees after Hurricane Katrina, and from Afghanistan. Jake was the interim anchor of ABC’s This Week from March to July 2010, hosting the program until Christiane Amanpour became This Week’s anchor.
Jake On November 5, 2008, was named Senior White House Correspondent the day after the 2008 presidential election. The White House Correspondents’ Association in 2010, 2011, and 2012, awarded Jake the Merriman Smith Memorial Award for presidential coverage under deadline pressure. Jake was a key part of the ABC News coverage of the inauguration of President Obama that was awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story.
Jake was passed over as a candidate to replace George Stephanopoulos as the anchor of This Week when Stephanopoulos was chosen to replace Diane Sawyer as co-host of Good Morning America after she became the anchor of World News. CNN’s Christiane Amanpour was selected as Stephanopoulos’ replacement instead. Jake served as the interim anchor until Amanpour took over the show on August 1, 2010. He was passed over again when Stephanopoulos decided he wanted to return to the position.
Jake contributed regularly to Good Morning America, Nightline, and World News alongside Diane Sawyer. Prior to anchoring World News and Good Morning America weekend editions and Nightline, Jake was a frequent substitute host of This Week and served as interim host for much of 2010, scoring the first TV interview with CIA director Leon Panetta, as well as exclusives with Vice President Biden, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, retired General Colin Powell, and former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, in addition to interviews with other newsmakers such as House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
As senior White House correspondent, Jake interviewed President Obama several times. Prior to his assignment at the White House, Tapper was ABC News’ national/senior political correspondent based in the network’s Washington, D.C., bureau. He contributed a report to a broadcast of World News Tonight with Peter Jennings that won the 2005 Edward R. Murrow Award for best network newscast. As ABC News’ lead reporter covering the 2008 presidential election, Jake received fame for both breaking stories and even-handedness. Jake traveled from Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina and beyond interviewing both Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., as well as other White House hopefuls including former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.