ResidenceMiami, Florida, U.S. ParentsAugusto Navarro Political partyRepublican Party
Full NameAna Navarro Flores BornDecember 28, 1971 (age 45) (1971-12-28) Chinandega, Nicaragua Alma materUniversity of Miami (B.A.)
St. Thomas University (J.D.) OccupationPolitical commentator, strategist EducationSt. Thomas University (1997), University of Miami (1993) SimilarScottie Nell Hughes, Van Jones, Kayleigh McEnany, Jeff Lord, Angela Rye Profiles TwitterFacebook
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Ana Navarro Flores (born December 28, 1971) is a Nicaraguan-born American Republican strategist and political commentator for various news outlets, including CNN, CNN en Español, ABC News, Telemundo, and The View.
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Early life and education
Navarro was born in Nicaragua, in 1971. She and her family moved to the United States in 1980. She attended the Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, a private Catholic college preparatory day school for girls in Coconut Grove, a neighborhood of the city of Miami, Florida, and is a graduate of the University of Miami. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Political Science in 1993. In 1997, she obtained a Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University Law School.
Life and career
Navarro has served on a number of Republican administrations, including the transition team for Florida governor Jeb Bush in 1998. She also served as the National Co-Chair of the Hispanic Advisory Council for John McCain in 2008 and Jon Huntsman Jr. in 2012. She supported Jeb Bush's 2016 presidential campaign.
In February 2014 she was hired as a political commentator for ABC News. She has also been a contributor to CNN and CNN en Español.
In October 2016 she made headlines when she strongly criticized Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on CNN after a 2005 tape of him making degrading comments towards women was leaked, and called for party leaders to disown Trump. On November 7, she revealed that she had voted for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Though Navarro is a lifelong Republican, she is vehemently anti-Trump, and said she decided to vote for Clinton after seeing how close the race in Florida had become.