Who is the husband of Scottie Nell Hughes, political editor of

News by Clarence Published on 25 Jan,2017 Updated on 25 Jan,2017

Scottie Nell Hughes is a conservative journalist and political commentator. She is famous for being a political commentator for CNN. Currently, she is serving as a political editor for Right

Scottie’s married life and children

Scottie has been married to Chris Hughes from a long time, now. They have been enjoying in their conjugal life. This pair has also attended many events together. The pair is named as one of the cutest couples of the American journalism industry.


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The pair is also blessed with two wonderful children. Their eldest child, Houston is now 5-years-old and youngest child named Alexandria Lynn is 4-years-old. She frequently shares her children pictures on her social sites.

Chris Hughes is a home builder and summer country commissioner. He became a celebrity after getting married to a journalist. He is a supportive husband and caring father of her children.

Scottie Neal Hughes' Short Information

Scottie graduated from the University of Tennessee major with communication and political science. She started her news-casting profession at the age of 12. She first worked as child reporter for WKRN-TV.

Scottie Neal Haughes with newly elected US president Donald Trump

Source: Nashville

She has served as a columnist for several newspapers like,, and Patriot-TV. Scottie has also appeared in several programs like The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Fox, and Friends, FBN Market Now and so on.

During the 2016 presidential election, she was a true supporter of newly elected president Donald Trump. Hughes has been a part of various broadcasts from the Republican and Democrat National Conventions for which she was granted a Nashville Air Award in 2005.

Likewise, she was also in the principal gathering of radio talk show sent by the Department of Defense to go to the exploiting edges of Operation Enduring Freedom in Iraq and Kuwait as well as in the detention facilities at Cuba.