Jeffrey Kuhner (Full Name: Jeffrey Thomas Kuhner) is an American radio personality, journalist, and political commentator. Presently, he serves as WRKO 680 host and political commentator of The Kuhner Report.
That airs from Monday to Friday from 6 am to 10 am. Kuhner worked as an assistant national editor at The Washington Times from 2000 to 2003 previously. He was the host of The Kuhner Show at 570 WTNT in November 2009, however, the show was canceled. And the station became a sports station additionally.
Jeffrey Kuhner was born in Montreal, Canada on 1 September 1969. He 52 years old as of 2021.
Kuhner stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx 1.78 m).
Kuhner was born to his charming parents in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His parents are immigrants from Canada and are of Croatian descent. However, he has not shared any information concerning his parents and siblings.
He is happily married to his loving wife Dr. Grace Vuoto. The couple tied the knot in 1992. She was an editorial writer for The Washington Times. Dr. Grace Vuoto has been a university professor of Modern British and European History.
She has hosted conservative talk shows in her own right on WBIX and WMEX (AM). And has also been the (content) producer. The duo is blessed with two children namely; Ashton and Eva, who figure as examples in many of Kuhner’s presentations.
Kuhner and his wife are the parents of their two children; Ashton and Eva.
Kuhner graduated from Laval Catholic High School. Later, he received his undergraduate degree from Concordia University in Montreal and his master’s degree. From Queens University in Kingston, Ontario province, Canada. At Ohio University in the United States Kuhner did PhD coursework but did not complete a dissertation.
Kuhner receves an average salary of $65,800 annually, according to the WRKO-AM 680 radio host salary.
Kuhner earns an approximate net worth of $1.5 Million US dollars.
Kuhner became the host of The Kuhner Show, on Washington, D. C. station 570 WTNT in November 2009. In September 2010, The show was canceled after WTNT became a sports station. He began a regular feature on Boston’s WRKO called The Kuhner Report.
In which he called into the WRKO Morning Show with reports on D. C. politics. Kuhner began hosting his own show on WRKO, still called The Kuhner Report in 2012. He had two disconnected morning hours; in October 2012, the show moved to the 6 to 10 am time slot initially.
The show moved to the midday slot (noon to 3 pm) as WRKO stopped carrying Rush Limbaugh. And on 26 November 2018, the show moved back to morning drive time in July 2015. Kuhner confronted Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren in the hallway of WRKO.
And said it was hypocritical to criticize the wealthiest “One Percent” of Americans in view. Of her own net worth in September 2017. Sen. Warren rebutted the charge. He writes an occasional column on partisan politics called “Kuhner’s Corner”, carried.
On the WRKO website and on local niche media such as the Boston Broadside. Kuhner has guest-hosted The Howie Carr Show on WRKO, and syndicated programs. The Mark Levin Show and The Savage Nation in addition to his own shows.
Kuhner is the host of The Kuhner Report show at WRKO-AM 680 from Monday to Friday from 6 am to 10 am. The show is aimed at tackling social and foreign policy, hot-button political, and cutting-edge issues. The show contains 1,000 episodes with the last episode updated on December 7, 2021.
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