Rachel Campos Duffy is an American media personality, communications consultant, and published author. Duffy specializes mostly in political analysis, culture, and parenting. Duffy’s first appearance on TV in 1994 earned her fame.
Rachel Campos Duffy Age
Rachel Campos Duffy was born on Oct 22, 1971, in Tempe, Arizona, United States. She is 50 years of age.
Rachel Campos Duffy Height
Duffy is fairly tall in stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches ( Approximately 1.73meters ).
Rachel Campos Duffy Family
Campos was born and raised in Tempe, Arizona. Duffy’s dad is Miguel Campos and her mum is Maria del Pilar who serves as a junior-high-school teacher located in Chandler, Arizona. She grew up alongside her two brothers and a sister called Patrick Campos and Joseph Campos.
Rachel Campos Duffy Husband
Duffy shares her wedded life with her caring husband Sean Patrick Duffy who was born on Oct 3, 1971, in Hayward, WI. He is an American prosecutor and politician. Sean is a former sports anchor and tv personality. He currently works as a Fox News contributor.
Rachel Campos Education
Duffy studied at Seton Catholic Preparatory High School. In Dec 1993, she graduated from Arizona State University, she has a degree in economics. Duffy also has the Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship award. She had scheduled to use the award to attend graduate school and become a college professor. Additionally, she gained her master’s degree in international affairs from the University of California, San Diego.
Rachel Campos Duffy’s Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $97,463. This is according to Fox anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Rachel Campos Duffy’s Net Worth
Duffy has an estimated net worth of $2.8 Million US dollars.
Rachel Campos Duffy Career
Duffy worked as a host of the Fox News program The Ingraham Angle. On Jun 21, 2018, during an appearance on the show, she protected the controversial practice of the Trump administration when they split immigrant families who were arrested while crossing the US border.
The comments on the matters attracted immediate criticism from; Nicole Hannah Jones the New York Times Magazine writer, Jane Coaston the African American Vox reporter, filmmaker Ava DuVernay and Britni Danielle from Essence magazine. In 2017, she complimented Greg Gianforte of Montana who was the Republican congressional candidate for physically assaulting Ben Jacobs, a correspondent for The Guardian.