Cory Anthony Booker, commonly known as Cory Booker, is the first African-American politician to have been a US Senator since 2013.
Name: Cory Booker
Age: 49 Years old
Born on: Washington, USA
College: Stanford University
Booker was born on April 27, 1969, in Washington DC, USA, with the African father Carrie Booker and the African mother Carolyn Booker. He grew up in Harrington Park, New Jersey, 32 km north of Newark, New Jersey. Booker received a BS in Political Science in 1991 and an MS in Sociology in 1992.
Booker received a Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford University, and in 1994 received an honorary title in US history. In 1997 he received his doctorate from the Alelow School. He then practiced the law, which gives lawyers in New Haven, Connecticut, free law clinics. Booker was also active with the National Association of Black Law Students.
The accountant for his political position was described as liberal, neoliberal and moderate. Booker supports the reduction of US military participation in Afghanistan as the importance of foreign policy. Booker also contradicted the intervention in Syria. Booker suggests discussing all direct threats to the United States at the table.