Dick Morris Net Worth
Richard Samuel “Dick” Morris is a commentator and political author from America. He was born on 28th November, 1946. He previously worked as a political campaign consultant, pollster and a general political consultant as well.
Dick Morris Net Worth
Morris is estimated to have a net worth of $4 million.
Morris was born in New York. He is the son of attorney Eugene J Morris and writer Terry Lesser Morris. He went to a school in New York City called Stuyvesant High School. He actively participated in the debate team there. He also managed a campaign for Jerrold Nadler for class president. Nadler has since then continued to stand for New York in the House of Representatives. In 1970, Morris also worked and been involved for the promotion of Richard Gottfried for New York’s State Assembly. Morris graduated in the year 1964 from Stuyvesant. He then got an admission in Columbia University. In 1967, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree. Dick Morris is the first cousin of Roy Cohn. Roy worked for Senator Joseph McCarthy as a chief counsel to him in the 1950s.
Dick Morris is known to be an advisor and friend to Bill Clinton when he was the Governor of Arkaansas. Morris eventually became White House’s political advisor after Bill Clinton became the president of U.S in 1992. Morris has encouraged Clinton to go for third way policies of triangulation. This combined the traditional Democratic and Republican proposals, issues and rhetoric so that maximum political advantage can be obtained with large popularity. Before joining the Clinton administration, he was working as a strategist for the Republicans. Morris helped Clinton to recover from the midterm elections of 1994 by advising him to take up more moderate policies. Later Morris went on to become the campaign manager for Clinton after a successful 1996 re-election bid.
However, it was soon cut short after it was found that he let in a prostitute with him. Clinton’s communication personnel once stated that no one had more power over the president in these 9 months of 1995.
He currently writes a column every week for the very well established New York Post which is read nationwide. He also contributes blogs and columns via both print and online form of The Hill. He has been the president of Vote.com.
Recently, Morris became a harsh critic towards the Clintons. Some of his books criticize them. He even commented to the extent that he would leave the country if Hillary became the president in 2008.
He has done work as a radio host on WPHT, Pennsylvania. He has written a documentary which is called FahrenHYPE 9/11. He has written many books which include Condi vs. Hillary, Rewriting History, Living History, Because He Could etc.