The WSJ’s (Wall Street Journal) journalist Michael Charles Bender’s page on Wikipedia has finally arrived.
Michael C Bender is a journalist.
His main job is to cover news on what’s happening in the White House for WSJ (Wall Street Journal). Previous to working for WSJ, Michael Bender was a senior writer for Bloomberg Politics in Washington.
And in places like Ohio, Colorado, and Florida, he has spent working for more than a decade of his career.
Who Is Michael C Bender? His Bio And Wikipedia
Michael C. Bender has Wikipedia but not a full feature Wikipedia. Not many details have been covered. But our readers don’t have to worry as we have added information from his Wikipedia and from other sources too.
Michael Charles Bender is his full name. He was born in Cleveland. Charles is a reporter and a writer for the popular media agency company ‘The Wall Street Journal’.
In 2000, he graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in history.
It was during 2016 he joined WSJ.
In 2019, Michael was given a precious award for his works by Gerald R. Ford Foundation. He had won Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency.
And also a National Press Club Award. It was in 2020.
He published his book “Frankly, We Did Win This Election”. The book is about the events which led to Trump’s loss in the Presidential election.
In 2021, his book was featured on The New York Times best-selling list.
Age Of The Journalist: Who Old Is Michael?
Michael C Bender’s age is not known.
Even, Wikipedia has not written about his date of birth information on its official website.
We will let you know once we are have acquired the details of Michael’s age.
On Michael C Bender’s Family
Information on Michael C Bender’s family is less.
We just know that in 2021, he had lost his grandfather.
Who Is Michael C Bender’s Wife? Let’s Find Out
Michael is wedded to Ashley Parker. The couple exchanged kisses in 2018.
They have got two beautiful daughters. Their older daughter is 10 years old. Her name is Zoe.
Ashely is also an American journalist.
She is a White House reporter at The Washington Post and a senior political analyst for MSNBC. In 2017, Parket joined the Washington Post after working 11 years in the New York Times.