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Mark Halperin (Mark Evan Halperin) was born on 11 January, 1965 in Bethesda, Maryland, United States, is an AnchorAuthorColumnist. Discover Mark Halperin’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

Popular As Mark Evan Halperin
Occupation AnchorAuthorColumnist
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 11 January 1965
Birthday 11 January
Birthplace Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Nationality United States

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According to a May 3, 2019 report in The Daily Beast, Halperin worked on repairing his reputation during the first quarter of 2019 with a goal of returning as a pundit on television and radio. Since the beginning of 2019, Halperin resumed posting on Twitter, and in mid-April launched a new political blog titled “Mark Halperin’s Wide World of News”. Around the same time, Halperin appeared on Sirius XM with Smerconish, where he said he has been working with the Fortune Society, a New York City-based nonprofit organization that provides essential support to the formerly incarcerated.

On August 18, 2019, publisher Regan Arts announced that Halperin had signed a new book deal. The book, entitled “How to Beat Trump: America’s Top Political Strategists on What It Will Take”, was published in early November 2019. After news broke about the upcoming book, there was widespread criticism and outrage with Gretchen Carlson calling the deal “a slap in the face to all women.” Rebecca Katz, a political strategist said on Twitter, “you can beat Trump without supporting the career rehabilitation of Mark Halperin.” CNN political commentator Karen Finney called Halperin “a predator” and denounced the book publisher Regan Arts. Democratic strategist contributors to the book include David Axelrod, Donna Brazile, and James Carville.

According to a September 9, 2019 report in The Daily Beast, Halperin allegedly exchanged vague threats on a call with MSNBC president Phil Griffin after being refused a possible collaboration with the Morning Joe team earlier in 2019. Halperin was upset because of his dream of returning to cable news punditry would be based upon slowly lobbied various media outlets about rehabilitating his image.


On January 3, 2018, Showtime replaced Halperin with CBS News anchor Alex Wagner.


In response to multiple allegations of workplace sexual harassment and misconduct at his prior job at ABC News, Halperin was fired by both Showtime Networks and NBC News at the end of October 2017.

On October 26, 2017, CNN reported that five women had come forward and accused Halperin of sexual harassment. One woman told the network she was assaulted after visiting Halperin in the early 2000s. “I went up to have a soda and talk and — he just kissed me and grabbed my boobs,” the woman said. “I just froze. I didn’t know what to do.” Another woman told CNN that Halperin once pressed his penis on her shoulder during the 2004 campaign cycle. “I was obviously completely shocked,” she said. “Given I was so young and new I wasn’t sure if that was the sort of thing that was expected of you if you wanted something from a male figure in news.” A third woman, a former ABC News employee, told CNN she was on the road with Halperin when he propositioned her. “I excused myself to go to the bathroom and he was standing there when I opened the door propositioning [me] to go into the other bathroom to do something,” she said. “It freaked me out. I came out of the ladies’ room and he was just standing there. Like almost blocking the door.”

On October 30, 2017, both NBC and MSNBC terminated Halperin’s contract with the network.


The Washington Post’ s Dana Milbank called Halperin’s analysis in the 2016 United States presidential campaign “soulless” and “amoral,” and cited a number of instances where Halperin praised Republican nominee Donald Trump. Alex Shephard, writing in The New Republic, criticized his coverage for being overly focused on the horse race and for shallow analysis. Conversely, Benjamin Wallace-Wells of The New Yorker writes that Halperin’s ‘The Circus’ is “both an argument for horse-race journalism and a way to see its inner workings, and so to track Heilemann and Halperin in their long traipse across the American interior is to see the media discovering its own vulnerabilities, just as Trump was exploiting them.”

In November 2016, Brian Williams said Halperin had “gone out of his way” to give Trump favorable coverage.

Later that day, NBC News released a statement saying that in light of the allegations, Halperin would not return as a senior political analyst “until the questions around his past conduct are fully understood.” HBO announced it would no longer go forward with a planned miniseries about the presidential election that was based in part on Halperin’s then-upcoming book on the 2016 election. The premium cable channel said in a statement, “HBO has no tolerance for sexual harassment within the company or its productions.” Penguin Press also canceled the latest installment of the Game Change series Halperin was co-authoring with John Heilemann, which HBO had already canceled plans to adapt.


Halperin and co-author John Heilemann wrote the 2010 Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime. Subsequently the book was made into the HBO movie Game Change, which premiered on March 10, 2012. Halperin had a cameo role in the movie as a reporter. Halperin and Heilemann followed in 2012 with a book about that election titled Double Down: Game Change 2012.


On June 30, 2011, Halperin was suspended from his duties at MSNBC for “slurring” President Barack Obama on the program Morning Joe, saying the President came off as “kind of a dick” during the previous day’s press conference. His suspension was lifted a little over a month later.

In December 2011, Halperin was listed as #1 in the Salon website’s 2011 Hack List, his reporting described as “shallow and predictable” as well as “both fixated solely on the horse race and also uniquely bad at analyzing the horse race.”

A day after their first story, CNN ran a second story revealing that the number of women accusing Halperin of misconduct had grown to “at least a dozen.” In a lengthy statement published in response to the CNN report, Halperin denied some of the new allegations, including that he masturbated in front of anyone or physically assaulted anyone. He apologized to the women he “mistreated” and said that he recognized he had a problem near the end of his tenure at ABC, received weekly counseling sessions, and ended the behavior; however, a later report from The Daily Beast included an allegation of harassment from 2011.


In March 2007, Halperin became a political analyst for ABC News and was replaced as political director by David Chalian. In May 2007, Halperin was hired as a political analyst and editor at large for Time magazine. In June 2010, he was hired as senior political analyst at MSNBC. In 2011, Time released an iPad app called “Mark Halperin 2012” that contains material from Halperin’s “The Page” as well as video, photos, breaking news, and Halperin’s take on the news.


In October 2006, Halperin and John F. Harris, released their book, The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove, and How to Take the White House in 2008.

Starting in 2006 Halperin was a board member of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire. He has been on their public advisory board since it was created in 2008.


In 1997, he was named the political director for ABC News. As director, Halperin appeared frequently as a correspondent and political analyst for ABC News television and radio programs. He founded and edited The Note, which appeared daily on


In 1992, he worked full-time as an off-air producer covering the presidential campaign of Bill Clinton. In 1994, Halperin became a producer with ABC’s special events unit in New York and later an editorial producer.


In 1988, Halperin started out as a desk assistant for ABC News and a researcher for World News Tonight. He then worked in the investigative unit of World News Tonight and as a general assignment reporter in Washington.


In 1982, before he began his senior year at Walt Whitman High School, he lived with a family in Japan as part of the Youth for Understanding program. He received his B.A. from Harvard University in 1987.


Mark Evan Halperin (born January 11, 1965) is an American journalist, most recently known for his position as senior political analyst for MSNBC and as a contributor, and former co-managing editor with John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics. He previously worked as the political director at ABC News, where he worked as the editor of the Washington, D.C., newsletter The Note. He is the co-author with Heilemann of Game Change and Double Down: Game Change 2012. Halperin and Heilemann were co-hosts of MSNBC and Bloomberg’s With All Due Respect, a political analysis show. Halperin produced and co-starred with Heilemann and Mark McKinnon in Showtime’s The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, following the presidential candidates behind the scenes of their campaigns in the 2016 United States Presidential Election.