After the death of conservative radio show host Rush Limbaugh, commentator Clay Travis and podcaster Buck Sexton are set to take over his three-hour slot. Who is Buck Sexton, why doesn’t he have a Wikipedia page yet, and does he have a wife?
Who is Buck Sexton?
Sexton is a radio jockey, conservative political commentator and former CIA intelligence officer.
He now hosts The Buck Sexton Show – formerly America Now. It is a three-hour conservative talk radio show that runs 6-9pm on weekdays.
As its host since 1 February, 2017, Sexton took over from Meghan McCain, who presented the slot from 2015 to 2017.
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Sexton’s show is also available online as a podcast via his website.
When did he work for the CIA?
According to his LinkedIn, Buck worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for nearly five years, from September 2005 to March 2010.
Before that, he was a research intern at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Since leaving the world of government, Sexton has been a political commentator for CNN, a national security editor and news co-host on TheBlaze.com, and most recently the host of his own show.
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What is Buck Sexton’s age?
Born 28 December 1981, according to WikiNetworth, Buck Sexton is 39 years old.
He doesn’t currently have a Wikipedia page, although that is likely to change in the coming weeks, given the media buzz surrounding him.
Along with political commentator and journalist Clay Travis, Sexton is due to take over Rush Limbaugh’s 12 noon-3pm slot (ET) from 21 June.
Rush Limbaugh died as a result of lung cancer, in February this year.
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Does Buck Sexton have a wife?
Little information is publicly available about his relationship status or dating history.
The radio presenter’s social media posts indicate something of a connection between the two. However, whether or not their relationship is romantic is unclear.