Dick Morris Biography
Morris is an American political consultant, author, commentator, and strategist. He is best known for serving as a campaign manager and adviser to President Bill Clinton. Dick helped Bill Clinton to a striking comeback re-election victory in 1996.
Morris went to school at Stuyvesant High School and graduated in 1964. Then he joined Columbia University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967. Dick began serving as a political adviser to the White House after Clinton was elected president in 1992.
Dick also encouraged Bill Clinton to pursue third-way policies of triangulation. It combined traditional Republican and Democratic proposals, rhetoric, and issues that helped achieve maximum political gain and popularity.
Morris served as a campaign manager and adviser to President Bill Clinton. Moreover, he helped Bill Clinton to a striking comeback re-election victory in 1996. However, Morris later denounced both Bill and Hillary Clinton in two published books: Rewriting History and Because He Could. He also has handled the winning campaigns for more than 30 senators or governors.
However, Morris has become a critic of the Clintons. He has written several books that criticize them like Rewriting History, a rebuttal to then-SenatorHillary Clinton’s Living History. Dick said that he would leave the country if Hillary Clinton was elected president in 2008.
Morris makes over 400 appearances annually. He is popular for hard-hitting, and nonpartisan commentary about the U.S. political scene. Morris writes a weekly column for the New York Post and the Hill Magazine in the United States and the National Post in Canada.
In addition, Dick has published multiple books. The best-selling memoir of the Clinton administration, Behind the Oval Office, Power Grab: Obama’s Dangerous Plan foe a One Party Nation.
Dick writes weekly columns for the New York Post carried nationwide. Additionally, he also contributes columns and blogs to the print and online versions of The Hill. Morris is the president of Vote.com. He works as a political analyst for FOX News Channel and contributes to FOX News Sunday. Dick also works as a columnist for The Hill, a weekly newspaper devoted to congressional issues.
Dick Morris Age | Birthday
Morris was born on November 28, 1946, in New York City, New York, the United States. He is 73 years old as of 2019. His birth name is Richard Samuel Morris.
Dick Morris Height | Weight
Morris’s height and weight are not yet known to us. However, we will update this information as soon as it’s available.
Dick Morris Family | Siblings
Morris’s mother is Terry Lesser Morris, a freelance magazine writer and former president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors. His father is Eugene J. Morris, an attorney. However, his siblings are not yet known to us but we will update this information as soon as it’s available.
Dick Morris Wife | Children
Morris got married to his wife Eileen McGann in 1981. Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann have co-authored several politically-themed books. However, Dick was involved in a love affair with a prostitute and another relationship that produced a child. Morris admitted it and then promised on four television networks to win back the love of his wife.
Dick Morris Net Worth | Salary
Morris is currently estimated at a net worth of $4 million. His income is mainly attributed to his career as a political consultant, author, commentator, and strategist. His salary is not yet known to us. However, we will update this information as soon as it’s available.