Who is Dan Bongino's wife Paula Andrea Bongino?

Who is Dan Bongino's wife Paula Andrea Bongino?

CONSERVATIVE political commentator Dan Bongino is married to Paula Andrea, whom he shares two daughters with.

Bongino, who has vowed to fight the Parler shutdown after Amazon, Apple and Google suspended the app from its stores, has reportedly been with Paula Andrea for more than 20 years.

Who is Dan Bongino?

Daniel John Bongino was born on December 4, 1971, in Queens, New York.

The 46-year-old is an American conservative political commentator, radio show host, former NYPD officer and former Secret Service agent.

He was assigned for the Presidential Protection Division during George W Bush's second term, and remained on duty after Barack Obama became president.


He left the Secret Service in 2011 to run for US Senate.

However, his run for Senate were unsuccessful in 2012, 2014 and 2016 running as a Republican.

Bongino is a regular guest speaker on Fox News.

In September 2020, he announced that a seven-centimeter tumor was found in his throat, and underwent surgery on October 7.

He made a successful recovery from Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Bongino is also an investor in the controversial platform Parler.

Who is his wife Paula Andrea Bongino?

Bongino is married to Paula Andrea Bongino.

Paula was born in Cali, Colombia.

Paula and her husband operate three businesses from their home selling martial arts equipment, designing websites and consulting on security and risk management.

The couple have two children together, Isabel and Ameila.

What did Bongino say about the Parler shutdown?

Bongino told Fox News that Parler will be back by the end of the week and vowed to fight the platforms shutdown.

"Tech tyrants Google, Apple and Amazon wiped Parler out, the service will return," Bongino said.

"Parler will be back, just so the audience understands. I will go bankrupt and destitute before I let this happen.

"My eyes are wide open. Parler will be back by the end of the week," he said, as he "begged" people to support the platform.

"It’s not about the money. It’s not about anything. If Parler goes down, everyone else will be next," Bongino said.

Parler describes itself as the "world's premier free speech platform."

"Parler protects our community members’ rights and privacy," reads the website.


"Parler is here to help people with varying life experiences, and from all walks of life communicate on a platform which treats them as equals."

The service encourages people to "speak freely and express yourself openly" without fear of being “deplatformed” for your views.

Parler was recently dropped by virtually all of its business alliances after Amazon, Apple and Google ended their agreement with Parler.

The tech giant reportedly terminated their agreement after Parler failed to deal with the rise in violent content after the Capitol riots on January 6 in DC.

The companies co-founder David Matze, concede that the bans could put the company out of business soon.

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