A former senior associate at the Council on Foreign Relations and Washington Post op-ed columnist, Michael John Gerson (born May 15, 1964) is also a One Campaign Policy Fellow, a visiting fellow at the Center for Public Justice, and a visiting fellow at the Center for Public Justice. During his time as George W. Bush’s principal speechwriter from 2001 to June 2006, he served as a senior policy advisor and was a member of the White House Iraq Group.
George W. Bush’s second inaugural address called for neo-conservative involvement and nation-building around the world to promote democracy in third-world countries.
Amy Holmes, a conservative political pundit, and Gerson co-hosted an eight-episode talk show on PBS in 2018 called In Principle.
In St. Louis, Missouri, Gerson was brought up in an evangelical Christian home. He went to high school at Westminster Christian Academy. His grandfather was a Jew by blood. Afterward, he proceeded to Wheaton College in Illinois, where he completed his undergraduate studies in 1986 after one year at Georgetown University.
It’s a review of President Bush’s 2004 State of the Union address by Dan Bartlett, Brett Kavanaugh, Condoleezza Rice, and Gerson.
The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, was one of the organizations he worked for before joining the Bush administration. While working for U.S. News & World Report, he also served as an aide to Indiana Senator Dan Coats and a speechwriter for Bob Dole’s presidential campaign at various points in his career.
Charles Colson hired Gerson as a ghostwriter at one point. By early 1999, Karl Rove had secured Gerson’s services for Bush’s re-election bid.
One of Time’s “25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America” is Dr. Gerson. It was listed ninth in the February 7, 2005 issue.
The major depressive disorder has hospitalized Gerson at least once, and he is now being treated for it. His kidney cancer was diagnosed in 2013, and he continues to battle it.
South Korea was the birthplace of Dawn’s mother. When she was six years old, she was adopted by an American family and raised in the Midwest of the United States. In addition to their two sons, the high school sweethearts live in Northern Virginia.
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