What is Rachel Campos-Duffy's net worth? 'Real World' alum replaces Jedediah Bila on 'Fox & Friends'
Campos-Duffy will make her debut on the show on June 12 alongside co-hosts Pete Hegseth and Will Cain making her the only Hispanic woman to host a cable news morning program
Television personality Rachel Campos-Duffy has been signed as the replacement for Jedediah Bila on 'Fox & Friends Weekend' after the network dropped her after 2.5 years since she rejoined them as a contributor. The announcement comes less than a week after Bila's ouster was announced and Campos-Duffy will make her debut on the show on June 12 alongside co-host Pete Hegseth and Will Cain.
Campos-Duffy has been a Fox News contributor since 2016 and a guest host on the Fox News program 'Outnumbered.' She first gained popularity in 1994 after she signed up for the MTV series 'Real World: San Franciso' Season 3 that aired between June to November 1994. Campos-Duffy, the granddaughter of Mexican immigrants will become the first Hispanic woman to host a morning cable news program. Let's take a look at her net worth as the commentator who has also frequently appeared on ABC's 'The View' gears up to take on a new role.
What is Rachel Campos-Duffy's net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Rachel has a net worth of $500,000. The Arizona native is married to former Rep Sean Duffy who in a 2009 wealth disclosure was revealed to be one of the poorest members of Congress. Duffy disclosed at the time that he and Rachel have mortgage debts between $250,000 and $500,000, student loan debts totaling $100,000, $50,000 in credit card debt, and $250,000 in debt related to the family vacation home, a cabin not too far from his primary residence in Wisconsin at the time.
Campos-Duffy married her 'Road Rules: All Stars' costar Sean who became a GOP Congressman in 2011. The couple has nine children together. Speaking about the decision about having nine kids, Campos-Duffy said, "I mean, I didn’t have a number in mind. We didn’t plan one of my kids; they just kind of happened. So I’ve just kind of taken each one as a blessing sent to me by God. To be honest, this last one was kind of a surprise. I thought I was getting a little old. But apparently not!"
Duffy is an out-an-out Trump supporter and she had retweeted one of the former president's statements on March 10 with the message, “This statement is one of the reasons I miss President Trump. After four years, he refused to turn into a politician and always told us exactly what he was thinking. It’s still refreshing to me.”
She also supported Trump's voter fraud claims saying, “I just feel for the president. I see the pain and the frustration. You do everything you are supposed to do. You run the country well. You campaign your heart out while the other guy is in the basement. And in the end, fraud and shenanigans at the local level, you’re robbed. And we’ve all been robbed. When elections don’t go well, when there is fraud, where there is these kinds of shenanigans, we all lose.”
This statement is one of the reasons I miss President Trump. After four years, he refused to turn into a politician and always told us exactly what he was thinking. It’s still refreshing to me. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/Q2RzRtcbpf— Rachel Campos-Duffy (@RCamposDuffy) March 11, 2021
Campos-Duffy has appeared in episodes of the TV series 'Hannity', 'Tucker Carlson Tonight', 'The Ingraham Angle', 'The Fox News Specialists', 'Lou Dobbs Tonight', and more.