Monica Crowley

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(journalist)
Born1968-09-19
Fort Huachuca, Arizona, U.S.
Alma materColgate University, Columbia University
PartyRepublican

Monica Crowley, as a student, began writing letters to former US President Richard Nixon, who hired her as a research assistant in 1990 when she was 22 years old.[1]

She was been a member of the board of advisors to Family Security Matters.

In December 2016, it was announced that Crowley will be appointed to the position of senior director of strategic communications for the National Security Council in the Donald Trump administration.[2]

She contributes to Fox News. Before Trump's electoral victory, she tweeted a photo of herself standing in front of the Berlin Wall with a caption that read, “Walls work.”[3]

Opinions on Islam

Following the 2016 Mass murder in Brussels she wrote that "Islam is no mere religion. It is an all-encompassing ideological system that dictates everything from law (Shariah) to personal relationships which also have religious elements. Conquest and subjugation of the infidel lands are integral to this totalitarian ideology, by the sword, if necessary. It therefore requires that we fight this war the way we fought the Nazis in World War II and Soviet communists during the Cold War: comprehensively and strategically, with every available military, economic, ideological, diplomatic, cyber- and religious lever. We must stop this threat before it metastasizes further and fully consumes Western Civilization."[3]


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