Jon Meacham Biography,Age,Twitter,Vanderbilt,Email

Jon Meacham Biography

Jon Meacham( Jon Ellis Meacham) is a writer, journalist, and editor from Chattanooga, Tennesse, USA. He was the former executive editor and executive vice president at a publisher called the Random House.

Writer for The New York Times and Time, Jon was a former chief editor for the Newsweek and has written famous biographies on Andrew Jackson and Thomas Anderson. He works as a visiting professor at Vanderbilt University and teaches political science.

Jon Meacham Age

He was born on May 20, 1969, in Chattanooga, Tennesse. As of 2019, he is 50 years old. His ethnicity is Mixed(English, Scottish, Welsh, German) and nationality is American. He was a bright kid from an early age.

Jon Meacham marriage/Children

He is married to Margaret Kythe Smith Meacham. She is the former executive of the Harlem Day Charter School.  The couple has three children. They have been blessed with three beautiful children. However, the name, birthdate, and everything related to them has been kept secret


His photo

Jon Meacham Education

He completed his schooling from McCallie School. After that, he completed his graduation from the University of South. Moreover, he has received honorary degrees from various educational institutions from Dickinson College, Middlebury College, the University of Tennessee, Wake Forest University, Berkeley Divinity School and many more.

Jon Meacham Career

He started his career as a writer in Newsweek in January 1995. After that, he has written popular books such as Voices in Our Blood: America’s Best on the Civil Rights Movement, Franklin and Winston: An Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship, American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House, The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels and more.

He won Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for his book titled American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House in 2009. Meacham was co-host alongside Alison Stewart of Need to Know on PBS from May 2010 to April 2011. Also, he has made the guest appearance on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and appeared multiple times in Real Time with Bill Maher airing on HBO.

The soul of  America  by Jon Meacham

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham helps us understand the present moment in American politics and life by looking back at critical times in our history when hope overcame division and fear.

Jon Meacham Networth

An author, journalist, presidential biographer and also the former executive editor and vice president at the publisher house called the random house.  Furthermore, he is the writer for The New York Times and a contributing editor to the Time. He earns a net worth of $4 million.

Jon Meacham Contact/ Email

For publicity inquiries about Jon Meacham’s books, contact Michelle Jasmine and Mary Moates at Random House Books:

For inquiries about lectures and speaking engagements, please contact Royce Carlton, Inc.:

[email protected]

  • OR 212-355-7700

Jon Meacham Vanderbilt

Meacham taught history at his alma mater, the University of the South, in 2014. He is a visiting professor of political science at Vanderbilt University. Meacham has been strongly critical of President Donald Trump; in a 2018 New York Times article, he compared Trump to the Rev. Charles Coughlin, a Catholic priest known for his passionate radio sermons sprinkled with antisemitism. Meacham also drew an unfavorable comparison of Trump’s manner of speaking with the more eloquent styles of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan.

Jon Meacham Twitter

Jon Meacham News

Jon Meacham mocks Trump’s claim of victory on Mexico deal, compares him to ‘Mary Poppins’ character

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and presidential historian Jon Meacham mocked President Trump’s claims of victory Monday after a deal with Mexico to curb illegal immigration.

The administration announced Friday an agreement with Mexico that sees the country take tougher measures on illegal immigration in exchange for the U.S. dropping plans to impose tariffs on imports.

Trump fumed on Twitter Monday morning over a New York Times report that the deal included a range of actions that Mexico already promised to take in prior negotiations with the administration over the past several months.


Scarborough said Trump’s statements are more “ground noise” intended to distract his base, while Meacham compared the president to a “Mary Poppins” character.

“We may look back at the Trump presidency as the presidency of Admiral Boom. Remember the guy who lived next door to Mary Poppins who had the ship on top of the house? And he thought he was still in the Navy and so he’d fire the cannon off at cocktail hour; everybody sorts of humored him,” Meacham said.

“I continue to think foreign leaders must look at this presidency in the way we used to look at particularly unstable regimes. … Why would any foreign power take him at face value?” he asked.



Scarborough said Trump is taking a “shortsighted” view with his trade policies, including tariffs on China and Mexico.

“The president wants the big headline; he wants the all-caps tweet, but at the end of the day it’s working-class Americans, middle-class Americans and farmers who will feel the pinch of these policies,” he said on “Morning Joe.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *