John McLaughlin (host)

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John McLaughlin
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John McLaughlin (on right) with President Richard Nixon at the White House on May 3, 1974
Born(1927-03-29)March 29, 1927
DiedAugust 16, 2016(2016-08-16) (aged 89)
Cause of deathProstate cancer
Other namesDr. McLaughlin
EducationMaster's degrees in philosophy and English literature
Doctor of Philosophy in philosophy
Alma materWeston College (B.A.)
Boston College (M.A.); Columbia University (Ph.D.)
OccupationCreator/executive producer/host
formerly: Jesuit priest, magazine editor, speechwriter for President Richard Nixon
Years active1970s–present
Known forThe McLaughlin Group television show
Notable credit(s)
Creator/executive producer/host of The McLaughlin Group and John McLaughlin's One on One
TitleHost
Political partyRepublican Party
Spouse(s)Ann Dore
(1975–1992)
Cristina Clara Vidal McLaughlin
(1997–2010)
Websitehttp://www.mclaughlin.com/

John McLaughlin (March 29, 1927 – August 16, 2016) was an American television personality and producer, politician, writer, and political commentator. He created and hosts the long-running political commentary series The McLaughlin Group as well as John McLaughlin's One On One.[1] He also ran for senator of Rhode Island in 1970, but lost the election to incumbent John O. Pastore.

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  1. "John McLaughlin (1927-)". NNDB.com. Retrieved November 11, 2014.

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