Buck Sexton wiki, bio, married, age, radio show, book
An American radio show host, author, conservative political commentator as well as a former intelligence officer with Central Intelligence Agency Buck Sexton’s work has also appeared in a number of prominent conservative publications which also include The Washington Times, National Review, and TheBlaze. He is the native of New York City, New York, United States of America. He came into this world in 1982 which has now made him reach the age of 33 or 34.
He went to get his elementary school education at the St. David’s School. It was then followed by the Regis High School, private Society of Jesus University-Preparatory School both located in New York City. After his primary school, Sexton got enrolled at the Amherst College located in Amherst, Massachusetts. Later, he got graduated cum laude from there with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 2004.
Sexton started to work for Central Intelligence Agency Counterterrorism Center soon after he got graduated from Amherst. There, he worked for three years and then he was transferred to Iraq office. After that in 2009, he was moved to Afghanistan office. In summer of 2011, he became national security editor of TheBlaze. Apart from that, Buck has also served as fill-in-host on three largest nationwide conservative talk shows which include Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, and Glenn Beck. He is of White ethnicity.
Sexton was also the co-host of TheBlaze TV’s daily news program known as Real News from the launch of the program in 2012 to end its run in 2014. At present, he is hosting a daily radio show that airs on TheBlaze Radio as well as a one-hour TV show on TheBlaze TV. He also became a contributor to the CNN in 2014. There is no detail found about whether he is married or not. More information regarding his bio and books can be obtained from different sources.