Steve Bannon ex-Wife: Who is Diane Clohesy?
Stephen Kevin Bannon is an American media executive, political strategist, and former investment banker, who served as the White House’s chief strategist in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump during the first seven months of Trump’s term.
He is a former executive chairman of Breitbart News and previously served on the board of the now-defunct data-analytics firm Cambridge Analytica.
Stephen Kevin Bannon was born November 27, 1953, in Norfolk, Virginia, to Doris (née Herr), a homemaker, and Martin J. Bannon Jr., who worked as an AT&T telephone lineman and as a middle manager.
He grew up in a working-class family which was pro-Kennedy and pro-union Democrat. He is of Irish, and some German, descent. Much of his mother’s side of the family settled in the Baltimore area, a hotspot for German arrivals to America throughout the 19th Century.
Bannon has been married and divorced three times. He has three adult daughters. His first marriage was to Cathleen Suzanne Houff. Bannon and Houff had a daughter, Maureen, in 1988 and subsequently divorced.
Bannon’s second marriage was to Mary Louise Piccard, a former investment banker, in April 1995. Their twin daughters were born three days after the wedding. Piccard filed for dissolution of their marriage in 1997.
Who is Diane Clohesy?
Diane Clohesy is the ex-wife of Stephen K. Bannon.
Diane Clohesy was a model when she met Bannon and had a house in Florida. The Tea Party activist was caught in Iowa trying to vote twice for Trump and when she was asked by Iowa Public Radio why she did so, Clohesy simply said that the polls were already rigged.
But when the authorities went to Bannon’s ex-wife, Clohesy’s home, which had been rented by Bannon, they found that it had already been vacated. According to the Guardian, the house had been rented by Bannon for his ex-wife, Clohesy from 2013 to 2015.