Peter Brian Hegseth better known as Pete Hegseth is an American Fox News Channel contributor. Previously, he served as reserve military officer and director of the political advocacy groups Vets For Freedom and Concerned Veterans for America.
Regarding his personal life, Pete has married twice in his life. Hegseth first wife is Meredith Schwarz than who is his second spouse? How many children does he have? Find out.
Pete Hegseth was born as Peter Brian Hegseth on June 6, 1980, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the U.S. Currently, his age is 39 years old. Moreover, Pete holds American nationality and belongs to White racial-ethnic group.
Hegseth joined Forest Lake Area High School in Forest Lake, Minnesota, and in 2003, he gained a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University. Similarly, he holds a master degree in a Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Knowing about his parents, he is a delighted son of Brian Hegseth, father and Penelope Hegseth, mother.
Pete Hegseth is married to his girlfriend, Rauchet. The duo tied the knot in August 2019. Earlier, Hegseth shared a picture with his partner in social media captioning,
She said…yes. Thank you, @jennycdot, for changing my life forever. #belief
As of 2019, Pete Hegseth's net worth is $3 million, mostly accumulated by working at Fox News. As known, Pete salary is $250,000 per year.
After graduating from Princeton, he worked at first in Bear Stearns as a capital market analyst wheres he earned around 72,387 per year.
As mention earlier, Pete is an infantry officer. His salary was $77,096/yr when he was in the army. He was awarded several medals and recognitions while serving USA military, including Army Commendation Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge and more.
Pete Hegseth has served in the military for 11 years and is one of Fox News ' most known political reporter who acts as a co-host for Fox and friends, a famous U.S. cable morning show, and a senior political analyst as well.
In addition, He served as Executive Director of Concerned Veterans for America, financed by Mr. Koch Brothers where he operated until 2015.
On the other hand, Hegseth has heavily supported Donald Trump since the election campaign in 2016 and is often seen quietly together with the current American president.