Nicolle Wallace: A Journey Through Politics, Writing, and Broadcasting"

Early Roots

Explore Nicolle Wallace's upbringing in California, her family background, and her unique ethnicity.

Academic Pursuits

Trace Wallace's educational path from Miramonte High School to the University of California, Berkeley, and Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism.

Political Inroads

California to her time as press secretary for Florida governor Jeb Bush and her participation in that state's 2000 recount.

White House Stint

Explanation of Wallace's Role at the White House as a Special Assistant and Director of Media Affairs under President George W. Bush.

McCain 2008 Campaign

Investigate the work she did as a top advisor and spokeswoman for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign.


Learn more about Wallace's portrayal in the 2012 film "Game Change" and her thoughts on the film's realism by reading her remarks on her portrayal.

Literary Ventures

Fictional Explorations Look at Wallace's early works and how she came to be a writer, including "Eighteen Acres," "It's Classified," and "Madam President."

Television Caree

Career in Television: Watch her rise from co-hosting "The View" to anchoring "Deadline: White House" on MSNBC.

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