Commentators have referred to Cupp as an “enigma” and said that “there is something compelling about this woman.” I don’t need to remind you that this is the way you described the girls in high school who were too cool to come to your party, and so I don’t need to tell you that the most flattering comments have come from males.I can’t blame them, especially since Cupp’s “enigmatic” presence had the same effect on me.Sarah Elizabeth Cupp (born February 23, 1979) is an American conservative political commentator and writer. She was a panelist on the CNN political debate show Crossfire, co-author of Why You're Wrong About the Right, with Brett Joshpe, and the sole author of Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media's Attack on Christianity.
She is also a contributor to Politico.com's The Arena and has been a frequent guest in the past on all three cable news channels – CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.
Her writings have appeared in several publications, including The Washington Post, New York Daily News, The American Spectator, Townhall, Newsmax, Human Events, Slate, Maxim, and The Daily Caller.
For instance, Cupp reports that Keith Olberman once said that National Prayer Day violates the separation of church and state. Supposedly, her intrigue comes from the fact that she appears to be a Christian even though she insists that she’s an atheist.
But most spotlight-seekers try to remain as ambiguous as possible, even if it means being ambiguously gay, as Tom Cruise demonstrated before he became gay.
During her teenage, she grew up in Andover, Massachusetts and attended the Academy of Notre Dame.
Cupp was born on 23rd February 1979 in Carlsbad, California, United States of America.
She was on the panel for Real News From The Blaze featured on The Blaze, was formerly a co-host of the afternoon MSNBC talk show The Cycle, and before that, a regular guest host on Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.
In 2000, Cupp graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History.
He’s been a very pleasant surprise.” Cupp also gave her thoughts on “Crossfire’s” first episode, which aired Monday but without Cupp or Jones…