Julie Nixon Eisenhower Biography
(Writer and Daughter of Former U.S. President Richard Nixon)
Birthday: July 5, 1948 (Cancer)
Born In: Washington, D.C., United States
Julie Nixon Eisenhower is the younger daughter of President Richard Nixon, the 37th US president, and First Lady Pat Nixon. She is a well-known author and the wife of Dwight David Eisenhower II, grandson of President Eisenhower. Born and raised in Washington, DC, she acquired a master’s degree in education from ‘The Catholic University of America.’ Eisenhower campaigned extensively for her father during his presidential election. When she married David Eisenhower, they both opted for a private ceremony instead of a grand ‘White House’ wedding. During the 1970s, she was listed four times on the list of the ‘Ten Most Admired Women in America’ released by ‘Good Housekeeping’ magazine. During her father’s tenure as the president, she took interest in various welfare issues. She also supported him in every way during the ‘Watergate’ hearings. Eisenhower has been on the board of various organizations, such as the ‘Richard Nixon Foundation,’ and has written a number of books, such as the best-selling biography of her mother, ‘Pat Nixon: The Untold Story.’ She stays with her husband in Pennsylvania.