Dan Senor

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Daniel Samuel Senor (born 6 November 1971, New York) is a former AIPAC intern who went on to become the spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority after the US invasion of Iraq.

In 2009 he cofounded Foreign Policy Initiative with William Kristol and Robert Kagan which has been described as PNAC 2.0.

He is married to CNN's Campbell Brown, his sister Wendy Senor Singer runs AIPAC Jerusalem and his brother-in-law Saul Singer is a far right Jerusalem Post columnist.

MJ Rosenberg of Media Matters Action Network, a former AIPAC staffer, notes:

In interest of truth, I must reveal that Senor was my intern once. He was a great, sweet kid and only became a rightwinger when his sister (a lovely person) married a crazy neocon who worked for a far right Republican senator. Dan idolized the brother-in-law and adopted his politics. Subsequently, sis and bro emigrated to Israel. Dan stayed here except for his heart.[1]



  • Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle co-authored with Saul Singer.