Pete Hegseth Net Worth (House Cars Salary Income 2017)

Pete Hegseth Net Worth is $3 million USD and earns an annual income of $500,000 dollars. The Net Worth of Pete Hegseth has seen a hike of 14% over the past few years. Pete Hegseth is a former executive director of Vets For Freedom. While calculating the Net Worth of Pete Hegseth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Pete Hegseth recently bought a brand new Ford luxury car for $100,000. Check out the Exclusive information on Pete Hegseth Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Brand Endorsements, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Bret BaierKellyanne Conway and Jeff Sessions.

Pete Hegseth Net Worth

Pete Hegseth Net Worth (House Cars Salary Income)

Pete Hegseth Net Worth $3 million USD
Annual Income $500,000 USD
Personal Investments $1 million USD
Luxury Cars – 3 $450,000 USD

Pete Hegseth Cars included in his Net Worth

The Car collection of Pete Hegseth is quite Small. Pete Hegseth owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Pete Hegseth include Range Rover and Ford.

Pete Hegseth House included in his Net Worth

Pete Hegseth Resides in Medford. Pete Hegseth bought this Luxury Apartment in 2012. Estimated Value of this Real Estate Property around $0.7 Million.

Pete Hegseth Biography

Peter Brian “Pete” Hegseth (born June 6, 1980) is a former executive director of Vets For Freedom and was a senior counterinsurgency instructor at the Counterinsurgency Training Center in Kabul with the Minnesota National Guard in 2011–2012.

Pete Hegseth is a FOX News Channel contributor and lost the Republican party endorsement for the United States Senate election in Minnesota, 2012, to Kurt Bills. Pete Hegseth was formerly the CEO of Concerned Veterans for America but separated with the organization.

Pete Hegseth was considered to head of the United States Department of Veteran Affairs in the incoming Trump administration, but major veterans’ groups objected, and in January 2017, David Shulkin was selected instead.

Pete Hegseth attended Forest Lake Area High School in Forest Lake, Minnesota, and received his Bachelor of Arts at Princeton University in 2003. At Princeton, Pete Hegseth was the editor of the Princeton Tory, a conservative student-run publication.

Following graduation, Pete Hegseth was commissioned as an infantry officer into the U.S. Army National Guard in 2003. In 2004 his unit was called to Guantánamo Bay, where he served as an infantry platoon leader.

Pete Hegseth was awarded the Army Commendation Medal. Shortly after returning from Cuba, Hegseth volunteered to serve in Baghdad and Samarra, where he held the position of infantry platoon leader and, later in Samarra, of civil–military operations officer.

During Pete Hegseth time in Iraq, he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, and a second Army Commendation Medal. Pete Hegseth’s civilian employment during his nondeployment National Guard service before 2007 was with Bear Stearns.

Upon return from Iraq, Pete Hegseth worked briefly at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. In 2007, he left the conservative think tank to work at Vets For Freedom as executive director.

At that time, the organization had no staff, limited membership, and no budget. By 2008, after 18 months the group had grown to 95,000 members with a $9 million budget and a dozen staff members.

While leading Vets For Freedom from 2007 to 2010, Pete Hegseth was also a Fox News Channel military analyst and made multiple television appearances on the Fox News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC.

Pete Hegseth is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a contributor to the National Review Online, as well as the author of many editorials in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York Post, and The Washington Times.

Pete Hegseth was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and raised in Forest Lake, Minnesota. Pete Hegseth married his second wife, Samantha, in the spring of 2010. The couple had a son, Gunner, in June 2010 and a second son, Boone, in August 2012.

During his time at Princeton, Pete Hegseth was a member of the Ivy League school’s varsity basketball team.

Pete Hegseth Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Pete Hegseth is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Pete Hegseth’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 19%.

Updated: March 1, 2018 — 5:45 am
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