Olivia Nuzzi is a well-known political journalist in the United States. She is currently the Washington correspondent for New York magazine, where she covers American President Donald Trump’s presidency. Olivia Nuzzi was a Daily Beast-affiliated political writer.
Age of Olivia Nuzzi
Olivia Nuzzi was born on January 6, 1993. Olivia was born in the United States of America, in New York City. Nuzzi is currently 27 years old as of 2022. Nuzzi was the daughter of John Nuzzi (Mother) and Kelly Nuzzi (Father). Olivia’s father spent about 20 years working for the city’s Department of Sanitation.
Olivia Nuzzi grew up in the River Plaza neighborhood of Middletown Township, New Jersey, with her brother. In terms of her educational background, she attended the Middletown High School South public school in New Jersey. She then attended New Fordham University, a private research institute in New York.
Net Worth of Olivia Nuzzi
Nuzzi is well-known for his work as a journalist. Nuzzi has done an outstanding job throughout her career. Olivia amassed a sizable fortune throughout her career. Nuzzi’s net worth is estimated to be more than $1 million.
Boyfriend of Olivia Nuzzi
Olivia Nuzzi is currently involved in a romantic relationship. She is in a relationship with Ryan Lizza, her boyfriend. Lizza, like her girlfriend, is a political correspondent.
Ryan was a senior political analyst and chief Washington correspondent for Politico and CNN. Ryan and Nuzzi have been dating since 2017. The couple currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Olivia Nuzzi began her writing career as a teen in 2011 as a monthly political contributor for triCityNews, an alternative weekly based in Asbury Park, New Jersey. She contributed to More Monmouth Musings, politically conservative news, and a blog.
Nuzzi volunteered and worked as a trainee for Anthony Weiner’s New York City civil judge campaign in 2013. Olivia was hired as a staff writer by NSFWcorp during her brief stint with the campaign, and she wrote about her experiences as an intern on the Weiner campaign in a blog post on July 28, 2013.
In it, she claimed that Weiner referred to her and another female intern as “Monica,” and that an unnamed source told her that Weiner lied to his campaign manager, who was forced to resign as a result, and that the manager was one of a “series of salaried workers who fled the campaign.”
The New York Daily News gave her permission to write a follow-up article about the campaign, which became a front-page story on July 30, 2013. Some of Nuzzi’s fellow trainees were working in the effort because they were expecting to meet Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, and through Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s manager, to be confused in Clinton’s expected presidential run.
In an interview with Talking Points Memo that day, Weiner Communications Director Barbara Morgan said Nuzzi
“was there because Olivia wanted to be seen…. she would just not show up for work,” that she had gesture and violated a non-disclosure agreement, and that Morgan had earlier “tried to fire her, but Nuzzi begged to come back, and I gave her a second chance.”
Morgan later apologized to Nuzzi, who accepted his apology.
Nuzzi was hired by The Daily Beast in May 2014, while she was still the president of Fordham University. Olivia dropped out of school before graduating in order to take the job. She covered the presidential campaigns of Rand Paul and Chris Christie, as well as Donald Trump’s political rise, for The Daily Beast.
In 2018, Forbes included Nuzzi on its annual “30 Under 30” list. In February 2017, New York magazine hired Olivia Nuzzi as its Washington correspondent. Olivia has also contributed to Politico, GQ, Esquire, and The Washington Post.
Nuzzi admitted to entering President Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s home office without authority and taking a photo, and Lewandowski accused her of stealing a photo album of his in early 2018.
“You know, I just walked into the house because nobody was answering the door.” She left home after texting her boyfriend. She said he advised her that “it probably wasn’t legal and that I should leave. I was like, ‘F—.’”
In October 2018, President Trump personally summoned Nuzzi to the Oval Office for an exclusive interview.
Nuzzi maintains a social media presence. She is active on social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. Olivia has over 10.4k Instagram followers and 342k Twitter followers (@olivianuzzi).