Political Commentator Paul Begal's net worth is $3 million. What is his annual salary? Find out, here

News by Clarence Published on 17 Jan,2017 Updated on 17 Jan,2017

Paul Begala is an American consultant and political commentator best known as the adviser to President Bill Clinton. He has served as the chief strategist for the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign. He has worked as a co-host of the political debate program Equal Time on MSNBC and another program Crossfire on CNN. He is also an Affiliated Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.

Paul Begala’s Net worth, Salary, and sources of income

Paul Begala has been a successful person in his career. He is quite a successful in earning the net worth. He has an estimated net worth of $3 million which seems to be increasing day by day. We can assume that he will have huge net worth in coming years.

Paul Begala


The political commentator and the consultant earns a huge salary. He presently works as a professor and has been the advisor to Bill Clinton. He had made the base of his net worth working as an advisor. Begala owns several other properties in different places. He is yet to reveal his properties.

Paul Begala’s Bio and career

Paul Begala was born to an Irish-American mother, Margaret “Peggy”, and a Hungarian-American father, David Begala. He spent his childhood in Missouri City, Texas. He was graduated from Dulles High School in Texas and received both his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor from the University of Texas at Austin.

Begala started his career as a strategist and helped then-Governor of Arkansas Clinton in 1992 presidential election. He later served as a chief strategist for the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign. He also worked as a contributor to political magazine George.

 Paul made his appearances as a co-host in various shows at the same period. He was the supporter of Hillary Clinton in 2008 presidential primaries but after her withdrawal, he supported Barack Obama. Begala is a CNN political commentator at present and also a research professor of public policy at Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute.