Elise Jordan, Michael Hastings’ wife still mourns the loss of her beloved husband. Hastings’ sudden death was a devastating blow to Jordan, especially with the media and conspiracy theorists sparking great interest in the story. Despite the difficulties she faced, Jordan has pushed forward with dignity and courage. She believes that her husband’s death was just a “tragic accident” and not a conspiracy like some believe.
Elise Jordan is still mourning the loss of her late husband, Michael Hastings, after almost four years since his death. Hastings was a journalist, author, contributing editor to Rolling Stone, a reporter for BuzzFeed, and wrote extensively on the Iraq war for Newsweek. Hastings died on June 18, 2013, in a fiery high-speed automobile accident in Los Angeles, California. Even though conspiracy theories have been floating around, Michael Hastings’ wife, Elise Jordan, has maintained her belief that Hastings’ death was an accident. Keep reading for more details from Elise Jordan’s wiki.
An Important Career
Elise Jordan is a journalist, political speechwriter, and commentator. She served as the director for communications in the National Security Council from 2008 to 2009. Jordan also worked in the White House Office of Presidential Speechwriting, at the U.S. Embassy, Baghdad, Iraq, and also for the Commanding General’s Strategic Advisory Group at the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan. Additionally, she was as a speechwriter for former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice. As of January 14, 2016, Jordan has been an MSNBC Political Analyst.
Jordan was married to the late journalist, Michael Hastings for almost two years before his tragic death. Michael Hastings and Elise Jordan’s wedding was on May 21, 2011 in Hernando, Mississippi. Though Jordan is a public figure, she is very reserved when talking about her personal life. Her Instagram account is full of pictures of her late husband, her dogs, her family, and work. Elise Jordan’s photos show her to be a lively, courageous, and positive person who is moving forward in life, even after her husband’s untimely death.