Abby Phillip Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Wedding, Salary, Net Worth, CNN


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Abby Phillip Biography

This is what you need to know about, Abby Phillip an American journalist working for CNN as a White House correspondent.

Abby Phillip Age|Birthday

Abby Phillip was born on November 25, 1988, and she is 32 years old as of 2020.

Abby Phillip Height and Weight

Phillip stands at a moderate height but the exact details about her age are not known. She has also not shared any information about her body measurements.

Abby Phillip Family, Parents, and Ethnicity

Phillip was born in Bowie, Maryland to  June C. Phillip (mother), a real estate investor with Fairfax Realty, and Carlos W. Phillip (father),  a psychology program manager for the District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington. Abby has two siblings named Asha and Ann-Marie.

Abby Phillip Husband|Married

Phillip is a married woman to Marcus Richardson since May 2018. Their wedding took place in the Larz Anderson House. Marcus Richardson is a managing consultant at nVisium, a cybersecurity company based in Herndon, Virginia.

Abby Phillip Wedding

On 27 December 2016, Abby hinted to her fans about her upcoming wedding with her long term fiance Marcus. The couple exchanged vows in May of 2018 and the newlywed couple had the best destination for their honeymoon, in Vietnam. The duo spend their honeymoon at a Vietnamese hotel named Pao’s Sapa Leisure and the couple didn’t hide their joy and shared adorable pictures on their social media account.

Abby Phillip Salary and Net Worth

Philip receives an annual salary estimated to be between $87,085 to $187,168. She has an approximated net worth of $100K – $1 million U.S dollars.

Abby Phillip Education

Phillip is a 2010 graduate from Harvard University with a degree in government. She left a mark at Harvard where she was a writer for the Harvard Crimson.

Abby Phillip CNN

In 2017, Phillip joined CNN. On January 14, 2020, she co-moderated the seventh Democratic debate of the 2020 election at Drake University, alongside Wolf Blitzer and The Des Moines Register chief politics reporter Brianne Pfannenstiel.

Before joining CNN, she was a national political reporter at The Washington Post where she served covering the White House.

While working at The Washington Post, Phillip has written on subjects related to the Trump White House. She highlighted Trump’s efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, and also his overseas trip to Poland and Germany for his first G-20.

Phillip covered the 2016 election and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. At that time, Phillip covered domestic international news like the tragic Charleston, S.C. and San Bernardino massacres.

Phillip has also worked at ABC News as a digital reporter for politics. She also covered the Obama White House for POLITICO and also campaign finance and lobbying.