Noah McCullough

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Noah Christopher McCullough
Nationality American
Subjects politics, U.S.A. history
Website
noahmccullough.com

Noah McCullough (born c. 1995) is an American author.[1] He authored The Essential Book of Presidential Trivia, published by Random House and First Kids: The True Stories of all the Presidents' Children, published by Scholastic Books in 2008.He lives in Colorado.

2032 Quest[edit]

Noah is passionate about United States history and believes part of his mission involves getting others "hooked on history," especially young people. Noah's fascination with U.S. Presidents happened as a result of the 2000 election. He was intrigued as a kindergartner about the electoral college, the party system, and campaigning. Noah's thirst for knowledge and love of books sent him on a lifelong quest to know more about his country and how to be a Republican. Noah keeps busy speaking all over the United States. The trademark and distinguishing aspect of his 2032 presidential campaign will be his voluptuously curly afro, McCullough says.

Television appearances[edit]

McCullough has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno five times as a political correspondent. In addition to his appearances on The Tonight Show, he has also been featured on Today, Martha Stewart, The Oprah Winfrey Show, DaySide with Linda Vester, and MSNBC. He appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in October 2008. He also made an appearance on C-SPAN in April 2012 as part of the United States Senate Youth Program.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Noah McCullough at Random House". Random House. Retrieved 2007-12-29. 

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