Sarah Elizabeth Cupp is an American TV broadcaster, political pundit, and author. She started anchoring S.E. Cupp: Unfiltered, a political panel show with Andrew Levy, on HLN and then CNN in August 2017.
She used to be on the CNN show Crossfire, which is a political debate show. She wrote Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity and co-wrote Why You’re Wrong About the Right. She was a panelist on Real News on TheBlaze, a co-host of the MSNBC talk show The Cycle, and a frequent guest host on the Fox News late-night talk show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. She is often on Real Time with Bill Maher as a guest panelist. However, her personal life has also been a subject of interest for her fans and followers, particularly her marriage to John Goodwin.
Who Is S.E. Cupp’s Husband, John Goodwin?
John Goodwin was born in 1981 in the United States. He pursued his education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he earned a degree in political science. Goodwin began his career in politics as a legislative aide in the Massachusetts State House before moving on to work for the Republican National Committee (RNC).
In 2008, Goodwin worked as the chief of staff for Raul Labrador during the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis. He then served as the RNC’s deputy press secretary and later as the national press secretary. Goodwin’s work with the RNC earned him recognition as a rising star in the Republican Party.
In 2011, Goodwin left his job at the RNC to pursue a career in journalism. He started as a news reporter for WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C. before moving on to work for The Weather Channel. As a weather channel reporter, Goodwin covered several natural disasters and extreme weather events.
Today, John Goodwin is a director at the National Association of Manufacturers, a trade association representing American manufacturers. He also frequently appears on television as a political commentator and is known for his insightful analysis of current events.
A Look Into Goodwin And S.E. Cupp’s Relationship
Goodwin and S.E. Cupp first met during the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis in 2008. At the time, Goodwin was working as a chief of staff for Raul Labrador, while Cupp was reporting for the MSNBC network. They became acquaintances and started dating in 2011, after four years of knowing each other.
John Goodwin proposed to Cupp for marriage on March 8, 2012, at Waterfire in Providence, Rhode Island. She accepted his proposal, and they married in September 2012. The couple’s wedding ceremony was a private affair attended by family and close friends.
Know About S.E. Cupp’s Net Worth
Reports say that S.E. will make about $500,000 a year in 2023, and her net worth will be around $6 million. She can be found on social media sites. She has a Facebook, a Twitter, and an Instagram account. She also has more than 94.3k followers on Facebook, 409k followers on Twitter, and 51k followers on Instagram.
Cupp’s writing has been published in The Washington Post, The New York Daily News, The American Spectator, Townhall, Newsmax, Human Events, Slate, Maxim, The Daily Caller, and other places.
In 2009, she started writing a column for the Daily News. In 2011, she started working for Mercury Radio Arts as a writer and expert. In 2012, she and Krystal Ball co-hosted The Cycle on MSNBC.