MSNBC personality Steve Kornacki is a national political correspondent, but above that, his analysis and election coverage have made him renowned among political enthusiasts and the people in general.
It is safe to say that Kornacki has had to hone his skills with years of practice, and these days most people see him as a favorite when the elections are on. Here are tidbits about Kornacki's humble beginnings to his present acclaim.
MSNBC's Steve Kornacki breaks down data on air in the 2020 presidential election | Photo: Youtube/MSNBC
FACTS ABOUT KORNACKI
The political guru who seems to have gained the attention of stars like Chrissy Teigen has worked tirelessly since the elections started. Kornacki's level of resilience and zeal to give unfiltered information to the masses keeps him awake and on the go
HIS WORK TEAM IS HELPFUL
Owing to the fact that fans and his MSNBC colleagues were getting worried about his well being, his work team forcibly removed him from his work station so he could get some rest.
However, it seemed Kornacki's mind was wired to keep alert as he soon went on MSNBC'S Twitter page to thank his well-wishers.
HOW HE KEEPS IT RUNNING
Since 2016, Kornacki, 41, has shown his superhuman streak during elections, but he cannot do all of that staying awake and keeping tabs on election results without considering his diet. One fact is that Kornacki runs his energy on diet coke.
THE FEAR OF FAILURE IS A DRIVE
He shared in a recent chat: "Lots of Diet Coke. I'll drink a ton of Diet Coke. I think that's the main thing. Once we start getting election results, I feed off the energy. There's constant stimulus…"
The star also added that his adrenaline also comes from the fear of failure. This has undoubtedly worked for him perfectly and many can attest to it as they watched him perform beautifully during this period.
HE'S GOT LUCKY PANTS
Being the center of attraction during the delicate and one of the country's most critical times, the 41-year-old's signature outfits have drawn fans' attention.
Kornacki loves to appear in his signature shirt and khaki pants, which he purchases from Gap. Kornacki's Gap Khaki pants has also become quite popular among viewers.
HIS MSNBC JOURNEY
Kornacki started Journalism as far back as 2002, but he joined MSNBC in 2013, replacing Chris Hayes on "Up." By 2016, he began analyzing politics while working on other TV programs like "Hardball" and "The Rachel Maddow Show." Kornacki became a national political correspondent in 2017.