KEEL is thrilled to announce that we will begin airing the Dan Bongino Show on Monday. It will be live from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. We will also be performing the “Best of Dan Bongino Show” on Saturdays from 3pm to 6pm.
Who is Dan Bongino? He is originally from Queens, New York. He was a police officer for the NYPD before joining the United States Secret Service in 1999. He then became an instructor at the Secret Service Training Academy in Maryland.
Bongino has been a radio host and commentator for many years. He has been a frequent guest on several Fox News programs. It launched the Bongino Report in 2019 as an online alternative to the Drudge Report. He is very active on social media platforms and this will continue as he takes on this coveted radio position.
Bongino also hosts a weekend show on Fox.
Here is his philosophy to get his message across:
“My whole life right now is owning libraries. That’s it.”
Bongino is married to Paula Andrea, originally from Colombia. They have 2 daughters. He and his wife also operate some businesses from their homes. He also carries out security and risk management consulting assignments.
I am delighted to embrace the immense power of radio to connect with my listeners live for three hours each day. It is an incredible privilege, and I am committed to honoring the pioneering work of those who came before me.
Bongino says his show “will address the burning political issues, debunking both the rhetoric of the liberal and the Republican establishment.”
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