Is Dana Perino Sick With An Illness? What Happened To Her and Where is She Today?

Dana Perino ( Source : Newstimes )

American political journalist and author Dana Marie Perino served as President George W. Bush's 26th White House Press Secretary from September 14, 2007, to January 20, 2009. She followed Dee Dee Myers, who held the position during the Clinton Administration, as the second female White House press secretary.

The recent concern among netizens has been her health status, and here is what you should know about it.

Is Dana Perino Sick With An Illness?

The rumors about Dana Perino being sick has been around for quite some time now. Twitteratis have been talking about this over and over again. However, as per trusted sources, she is completely fine and in good health. 

More than her ill health, it is something else that is helping her name trend with the word sick. Lis Power tweeted, "The GOP is attempting to shield businesses from liability if a worker gets sick; I have no clue why Perino thinks workers want this, Dana Perino: "Employers and **workers** want the next relief bill to ensure they won't get sued for coronavirus related illnesses."

The safety of American political analyst Dana Perino has been a topic of discussion among followers who are concerned about whether anything has happened to her. The previous press secretary, however, is superb.

Although Dana has been active on Twitter, neither her health nor disease have been highlighted. On the social media site, she frequently tweets and posts updates about her life; none of the most recent tweets mention any health problems.

Where Is Dana Perino Today? Her Whereabouts

Perino joined Fox News as a political analyst after leaving the White House. She frequently co-hosts The Five talk show now. Co-hosted by Chris Stirewalt, Perino's podcast Perino & Stirewalt: I'll Tell You What debuted as a weekly limited series on the Fox News Channel on September 18, 2016. Up until Stirewalt's termination from the network following the 2020 election, a new show was released every week.

Two months after the September 11 attacks, Perino was hired by Andy Card, the chief of staff for the White House. She first served as the White House CEQ's associate director of communications in 2002.

From 2005 through 2007, Perino worked as the deputy press secretary. She served as the White House press secretary in a temporary capacity from March 27 to April 30, 2007, while Tony Snow received colon cancer treatment.


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