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Luke Russert
Luke Russert in Denver, Colorado
Luke Russert at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado 2008
Born Luke Russert
August 22, 1985 (1985-08-22) (age 24)
Washington, D.C.
Education B.A. degree in communications, Boston College
Occupation Journalist

Luke Russert (born August 22, 1985) is an American television and radio personality. He is the son of the late renowned broadcast journalist Tim Russert and journalist and Vanity Fair special correspondent Maureen Orth. He has co-hosted a sports talk program on XM radio with prominent political pundit James Carville called 60/20 Sports. While in college, he worked for the ESPN program Pardon the Interruption.[1]

Russert graduated from the exclusive St. Albans School in Washington, D.C. in 2004.[2] In 2008, following his graduation from Boston College and the subsequent death of his father, NBC News hired Russert as a correspondent covering youth issues in the 2008 presidential election. He was assigned to the Democratic and Republican conventions.[3][4]

During the 2008 Democratic National Convention, Russert was the only journalist to interview Bill Clinton immediately after his speech to the DNC.

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