|Net Worth||$3 million|
Rachel earns an annual salary of $250 thousand from her journalism career as of 2023.
Rachel Campos-Duffy is a conservative television personality in the United States. She made her broadcast debut in 1994 as a cast member on MTV’s reality shows The Real World: San Francisco, before going on to work as a television host.
Rachel Campos-Duffy has a net worth of $3 million as of 2023. Rachel Campos has amassed enough riches throughout the course of her long career as a television personality. Among other things, she has appeared in a reality show, starred in television series, and worked as a television panelist. As of 2023, her net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.
|Net Worth 2023||$4 million|
|Net Worth 2022||$3 million|
|Net Worth 2021||$1.5 million|
Rachel Campos-Duffy Bio
Rachel Campos-Duffy is a conservative television personality in the United States. She made her broadcast debut in 1994 as a cast member on MTV’s reality shows The Real World: San Francisco, before going on to work as a television host. She was a guest host on ABC’s The View before going to Fox News, where she guest-hosted the show Outnumbered until joining Fox & Friends Weekend as a permanent co-host in May 2021.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Age
As of 2023, Rachel Campos-Duffy is 51 years old. Rachel Campos was born on October 22, 1971, in America in Tempe, Arizona, and raised there.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Family
Miguel Campos(father) and Maria del Pilar(mother) are teachers at a junior high school in Chandler, Arizona. Patrick Campos and Joseph Campos are her two brothers. Leah Campos Schandlbauer, her younger sister, is a former CIA operations officer who ran for Congress in Arizona in 2012. Campos grew up in a devout Catholic household with her siblings
Rachel Campos-Duffy Husband
Campos married Sean Duffy, her co-star from Road Rules: All-Stars. Duffy was the District Attorney of Ashland County, and they lived in Ashland, Wisconsin. Duffy was elected to Congress for Wisconsin’s 7th district as a Republican in 2011. In late 2011, the Duffys relocated from Ashland to Weston, Wisconsin, and then to Wausau, Wisconsin, in order for Sean to be closer to an airport for his weekly journey to Washington, D.C., where he worked three or four days a week.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Children
Their youngest child, however, has a heart problem and is not in the best of health. Sean left Congress on September 23, 2019, to take care of his daughter who has a heart condition.
Campos-Duffy disclosed in 2008 that she had two miscarriages. They had eight children as of May 2016. In 2019, the Duffys welcomed their ninth child, a daughter. She has Down Syndrome and was born a month early.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Education Background
Campos-Duffy attended Seton Catholic Preparatory High School and graduated with honors. Campos’ grandparents emigrated from Mexico to the United States. Campos earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Arizona State University in December 1993. She received the Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship, which she intended to utilize to pursue her dream of becoming a college professor by attending graduate school. Campos graduated from the University of California, San Diego, with a master’s degree in international affairs.
Rachel Campos-Duffy Career Background
Campos-Duffy supported the Trump administration’s controversial practice of separating immigrant families captured crossing the US border during an appearance on Fox News The Ingraham Angle on June 21, 2018. She described the facility where the children were confined as follows: “Detention centers are far safer than the journey these children have just taken, and let me say this: people aren’t stupid. ‘Gosh, the conditions of the prison cells are nicer than some of the projects where I grew up,’ remark several African-Americans.” Black Vox reporter Jane Coaston, New York Times Magazine writer Nikole Hannah-Jones, Essence magazine’s Britni Danielle, and filmmaker Ava DuVernay also slammed the statements.
In 2017, Campos-Duffy supported Montana Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte for attacking Ben Jacobs, a Guardian reporter. After Jacobs attempted to interview him about the Republican health-care proposal, Gianforte seized him, pushed him to the ground, and hit him, which Campos-Duffy dubbed “Montana justice.”
After Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, Campos-Duffy said that the election had been marred by “fraud and antics.”