What is Andrew Giuliani's net worth? Inside Rudy Giuliani's son's fortune and his salary at Trump's White House
Rudy Giuliani's son has amassed a massive fortune as one of Trump's longest-serving administration members and a sports liaison
Andrew Giuliani, the son of Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, has announced plans to run for Governor of New York in 2022. It would be his first run for elected office, coming after stints as a professional golfer, sales intern at a bank and a long tenure in the Trump administration.
Whether on his own merit or thanks to his surname, the younger Giuliani has managed to amass quite a fortune, primarily from his work at the White House. He also believes that his surname is not just his but also the Republicans' best chance at winning the 2022 election. Andrew said, "Outside of anybody named Trump, I think I have the best chance to win and take the state back." How has his surname benefitted him financially and otherwise? While Rudy may claim it hasn't, the reality is very different. Here's a look at Andrew's wealth.
What is Andrew Giuliani's net worth?
This is a difficult question to answer. Since he has never run for office before, Andrew has not had to publicly declare his assets and net worth. There's little public information about him, making it difficult to conclude just how much he is worth. We do, however, have some idea, thanks to documents from his time in the Trump White House. In 2017, Andrew was hired to the Office of Public Liaison. Initially, he was hired as an associate director on a salary of $77,000.
In 2018, his salary was raised to $90,700. By 2019, taxpayers were paying $95,000 for Andrew's role as 'Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison'. For $95,000, Andrew's job was reportedly coordinating sports teams' visits to the White House, and when that's not happening, he works on the opioid crisis. He was also Trump's golf buddy, traveling with the former president on multiple occasions for a couple of rounds.
Golf is a major passion for Andrew. In 2006, he joined the Duke University golf team but was reportedly kicked out in 2008 for a series of controversies. According to The Irish Times, he then spent the next few years "pursuing his sporting dream via minor league tours and a Golf Channel reality show". In 2016, he volunteered to help with Trump's presidential campaign. In March this year, Andrew was hired by Newsmax to serve as a 'contributor'.
It's unclear how much these gigs paid Andrew. Beyond his government salary, we have no records of how much he has earned. We also have no clue about his assets. Unlike his father, Andrew has a much more low-key personal life. Information Cradle estimated his net worth to be anywhere between $100,000 and $500,000. There's no telling if that is an accurate estimation, but it is most likely undervalued. Rudy is reportedly worth around $45M. It is highly likely he would have passed on some of that wealth to his son. Whether in the form of a home or investments we don't know.
Andrew's net worth is a closely guarded secret but should come to public light if he makes good on his plan to run. Those running for public office will have to file disclosure forms. These forms are usually our best source when it comes to understanding a politician's net worth.
The 2022 Gubernatorial election is scheduled for November 8.