15 Facts About Ana Navarro


Ana Navarro appears on various television programs and news outlets, including CNN, CNN en Espanol, ABC News, and Telemundo.


Ana Navarro is a co-host of the daytime talk show The View, garnering Emmy Award nominations for her work.


Ana Navarro later said that then-US President Ronald Reagan's support of the Contras made her a lifelong Republican.


Ana Navarro attended the Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, a private Catholic college preparatory day school for girls in Coconut Grove, Miami.


Ana Navarro earned a Bachelor's degree in Latin American Studies and Political Science in 1993 from the University of Miami.


Ana Navarro has served in a number of Republican administrations, including the transition team for Florida Governor Jeb Bush in 1998, as well as his Director of Immigration Policy.


Ana Navarro served as ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, where she condemned human rights violations in Cuba.

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Ana Navarro later served as the National Co-Chair of the Hispanic Advisory Council for John McCain in 2008 and Jon Huntsman Jr.


Ana Navarro became a contributor on the ABC daytime talk show The View from July 2013 to August 2018.


Ana Navarro joined the series as a weekly guest co-host on November 2,2018, and was named a permanent co-host of The View on August 4,2022.


Ana Navarro received Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host in 2020 and 2022.


Ana Navarro harshly criticized Trump's comments about immigrants, labeling him a racist.


Ana Navarro is a strong supporter of LGBTQ+ Rights, In February 2013, Navarro publicly supported the legalization of same-sex marriage in an amicus curiae brief submitted to the US Supreme Court.


The day after the Robb Elementary School shooting in May 2022, Ana Navarro declared strong support for increased gun control efforts, including an Assault Weapons Ban, and criticized the NRA, Gun Lobby, and officials in her own party and said "I would like Republicans to show the same energy that they do for banning books, and banning conversations about gays, and banning conversations about black history, and regulating my uterus, I want them to show the same energy for banning guns".


Ana Navarro married lawyer and lobbyist Al Cardenas on March 2,2019.