Miranda Divine Bio, Education, Husband, New York Post, Networth

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Miranda Divine Biography

Miranda Divine is an Italian Columnist and author. She currently writes for the New York Post. Divine previously hosted The Miranda Devine Show on Sydney radio station 2GB until its end in 2015. She has written columns for several networks, including Fairfax Media newspapers, News Limited newspapers Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Melbourne’s Sunday Herald Sun, and Perth’s Sunday Times.

Her political opinion pieces and statements on race, gender, and the environment have been the subject of public scrutiny and debate. Devine has written a number of books, such as Laptop from Hell, Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide.

Miranda Divine Age

Divine was born on July 1, 1961, in New York, USA.

Miranda Divine Height

Divine stands at the height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Miranda Divine Education

Divine studied at Loreto Kirribilli in Sydney and the International School of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo. She enrolled at Macquarie University, where she pursued a Master of Science in journalism from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Science in mathematics. He majored in first-year architecture at the University of Sydney. Miranda was a resident at Sancta Sophia College and worked briefly at the CSIRO’s Division of Textile Physics.

Miranda Divine Nationality

Divine holds Australian nationality.

Miranda Divine Parents

Divine is the eldest daughter of Frank Devine and Jacqueline Magee. Frank, who died in 2009, was a New Zealand-born Australian newspaper editor and journalist. She was born in New York but spent most of her childhood and youth in Tokyo and Sydney.

Miranda Divine Wife

Divine is a married woman. She is quite secretive regarding her personal life; hence has not revealed more information regarding her husband.

Miranda Divine NewYork Post

Divine is currently a writer and columnist for the New York Post. Her columns recently focus on the politics of the United States and are published by the New York Post.

She began her career as a featured author and columnist for the Boston Herald. Miranda later enrolled in The Daily Telegraph as a police reporter, journalist, and assistant editor in 1989 after returning to Australia to live in Sydney. She also worked at the British tabloid the Sun and the British newspaper Sunday Times in London. 

Devine has appeared severally on many social platforms to promote her articles. She is well-recognized for her conservative viewpoint on various social and political affairs. The term delusional conservative was introduced by her to explain conservatives who stayed loyal to Tony Abbott after the Liberal Party expelled him in support of Malcolm Turnbull in April 2016. She is known as a committed supporter of former President Donald Trump. The Guardian described Miranda as “one of Trump’s favorite writers” after Donald retweeted one of her articles. 

Mirada Divine FXT

Fox News contributor Miranda Devine questioned the extremely suspicious timing of disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s arrest hours. The arrest happened before he was scheduled to testify before Congress, telling America reports on Thursday that something fishy may be occurring behind the scenes.

Miranda Divine Children

Miranda and her husband are proud parents of two sons whose identity is unknown. The family of four resides in New York.

Miranda Divine Salary

Divine earns an estimated annual salary of USD 64,113.

Miranda Divine’s Networth

Her Networth is approximately USD 1.5 million.

Miranda Divine’s Social Media

Twitter: Miranda Devine @mirandadevine

Instagram: Miranda Devine (@mirandagram1)

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