Joseph Medill Patterson Albright is an American businessman and news publisher. Recently, his ex-wife, Madeleine Albright, died on Wednesday due to cancer; she was 84. After Madeleine Albright’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the reality star, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said, “On a summer internship at The Denver Post, she met Joseph Medill Patterson Albright, the grandson of Joseph Medill Patterson, who founded The Daily News of New York, and the nephew of Alicia Patterson, the founder and editor of Newsday on Long Island.” Barack Obama tweeted, “As the first woman to serve as America’s top diplomat, Madeleine Albright was a champion for democratic values. Michelle and I send our thoughts to the Albright family and everyone who knew and served with a truly remarkable woman.” Vice President Kamala Harris said, “The world lost a brilliant and beloved leader today. Madeleine Albright gave so much of her life to public service—always with intelligence, strength, and conviction. Secretary Albright was a mentor and a friend. I will miss her.”
What is Joseph Medill Patterson Albright’s Net Worth?
Joseph Medill Patterson Albright Net Worth
$4 Million USD
Joseph Medill Patterson Albright is an American businessman and news publisher. He was born in 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A; he is 85 years old. Albright is the scion of a media empire, and he attended Williams College. Talking about bis ex-wife from 1997 to 2001, she was an American diplomat who served as the 64th United States Secretary of State. She became America’s top diplomat in 1997 during the Clinton government. She worked at the White House during the Jimmy Carter administration and later as a foreign policy adviser to several vice-presidential and presidential candidates. She was also a champion of Nato expansion. In 2012, Ex-President Barack Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The estimated Net Worth of Joseph Medill Patterson Albright is around $4 Million USD.
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