Hugh Hewitt Biography, Age, Net worth, Children, Career, Live stream

Hugh Hewitt Biography

Hugh Hewitt is an American radio talk show host. He works with the Salem Radio Network. He is also a lawyer, academic, and author. Hewitt is a conservative and a Catholic, he comments on society, politics, and media bias in the United States. Hewitt is also a law professor at Chapman University School of Law, and a regular political commentator on NBC News/MSNBC.

Hewitt is the son of Marguerite (née Rohl) and William Robert Hewitt. He attended John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Warren, Ohio, and Harvard University, and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in government in 1978. After leaving Harvard, he worked as a ghostwriter for Richard Nixon in California and New York, before studying at the University of Michigan Law School, where he was inducted into the Order of the Coif. Hewitt received his J.D. degree in 1983, then moved to Washington D.C. to clerk for Judges Roger Robb and George MacKinnon on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1983–84.

Hugh Hewitt Age

Hewitt was born on February 22, 1956, in Warren, Ohio, United States. He is 63 years old.

Hugh Hewitt  Net Worth

Hewitt has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million dollars and earns an annual Income of $310,000 dollars. He is an American radio talk show host with the Salem Radio Network and a lawyer, academic, and author. The Net Worth of Hewitt has seen a hike of 31% over the past few years. He recently bought a brand new Audi Q7 luxury car for $51,000 USD.

Hugh Hewitt Children

Hewitt has two sons and one daughter; Will Hewitt, James Hewitt, and Diana Hewitt.

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Hugh Hewitt Career

Hewitt went back to California in 1989 to oversee construction of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum as the library’s executive director from groundbreaking through dedication and opening. In 1990, Hewitt sparked controversy by proposing screening of researchers wishing to use the library resources. Hewitt suggested refusing admission to researchers deemed “unfriendly” – specifically Bob Woodward, whom he characterized as “not a responsible journalist.”

Hugh left the Nixon Library in 1990 to practice law and started a weekend radio talk show for the Los Angeles radio station KFI, where he broadcasted until 1995. In the spring of 1992, he began co-hosting L.A. PBS member station KCET’s nightly news and public affairs program, Life & Times and remained with the program until the fall of 2001, when he began broadcasting his own radio show in the afternoons.

He used to be a weekly columnist for the Daily Standard (the online edition of The Weekly Standard) and World. He also occasionally appears as a political/social commentator on programs such as The Dennis Miller Show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, Larry King Live, The O’Reilly Factor and The Today Show. On April 24, 2006, Hewitt appeared as a guest on The Colbert Report.

He has been criticized by Andrew Sullivan, who calls him a “Christianist.” When Sullivan appeared on Hewitt’s radio show to promote his book The Conservative Soul, a lively exchange ensued and Hewitt criticized Sullivan’s book as intellectually messy.

He also became a Professor of Law at Chapman University School of Law during that time. He currently teaches constitutional law. In addition to his contributions as a professor, Hewitt founded and continues to guide the legal scholarship of the Nexus Journal of Law and Policy.

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Hugh Hewitt Trump

Hewitt participated in several of the 2016 Republican primary debates, where he clashed with Donald Trump. He said that Trump did not possess the temperament to be president. In February 2016, Hewitt wrote that, despite being repeatedly publicly insulted by Trump, he would support him should he become the Republican nominee for President. After Trump’s controversial remarks concerning Judge Gonzalo Curiel, Hewitt publicly called on the RNC to disendorse Trump as a nominee. Internal emails showed that a Salem Media executive pressured him to support Trump and that the Salem Media executive attributed Hewitt’s support for Trump in the aforementioned Washington Post op-ed shortly after to the pressure.

On August 3, he publicly floated the idea of replacing Donald with Ivanka Trump on the ticket. On October 8, he called on Trump to drop out of the race because of a controversial recording of Trump that was published the previous day. Hewitt has said he ultimately voted for Trump.

Hewitt supported Trump’s decision to re-shuffle his foreign policy staff in March–April 2018, and place John Bolton and Mike Pompeo in key national security positions. He described John Bolton, a nationalist hawk, as “peace-through-strength, 600-[Navy] ship, Reagan conservative”.According to Politico, Hewitt emerged “perhaps the most public advocate for Trump’s hawkish new national security team at a time when others, even inside his own party, have voiced increasing fears that Trump is surrounding himself with war-minded hawks who may play to the president’s worst instincts.”

Hugh Hewitt Books

  • The Queen: The Epic Ambition of Hillary and the Coming of a Second “Clinton Era” (2015, ISBN 1-4555-6251-3)
  • The Happiest Life: Seven Gifts, Seven Givers, and the Secret to Genuine Success (2013, ISBN 1-5955-5578-1)
  • The Brief Against Obama: The Rise, Fall & Epic Fail of the Hope & Change Presidency (2012, ISBN 1-4555-1630-9)
  • A Mormon in the White House?: 10 Things Every American Should Know about Mitt Romney (2007, ISBN 1-59698-502-X)
  • A Guide to Christian Ambition: Using Career, Politics, and Culture to Influence the World (2006, ISBN 0-7852-8871-6)
  • Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majority (2006, ISBN 0-89526-002-6)
  • Blog: Understanding the Information Reformation That’s Changing Your World (2005, ISBN 0-7852-8804-X)
  • If It’s Not Close, They Can’t Cheat: Crushing the Democrats in Every Election and Why Your Life Depends on It (2004, ISBN 0-7852-6319-5)
  • In, But Not Of: A Guide to Christian Ambition (2003, ISBN 0-7852-6395-0)
  • The Embarrassed Believer (1998, ISBN 0-8499-1419-1)
  • Searching for God in America: The Companion Volume to the Acclaimed TV Series (1996, ISBN 0-7881-9914-5)
  • First Principles: A Primer of Ideas for the College-Bound Student (1987, ISBN 0-89526-793-4)

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