Dick Morris Fox news, Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Salary and Net worth

Dick Morris Biography

Dick Morris (Richard Samuel) is an American political author and commentator who previously worked as a pollster, political campaign consultant, and general political consultant. A friend and advisor to Bill Clinton during his time as Governor of Arkansas, since his 1978 run, Morris became a political adviser to the White House after Clinton was elected president in 1992. Morris encouraged Clinton to pursue third-way policies of triangulation that combined traditional Republican and Democratic proposals, rhetoric, and issues so as to achieve maximum political gain and popularity. He worked as a Republican strategist before joining the Clinton administration, where he helped Clinton recover from the 1994 midterm elections by advising the President to adopt more moderate policies.

Dick Morris

Morris now writes a weekly column for the New York Post which is carried nationwide, contributes columns and blogs to both the print and online versions of The Hill. He is also president of Vote.com. More recently, Morris has emerged as a harsh critic of the Clintons and has written several books that criticize them, including Rewriting History, a rebuttal to then-Senator Hillary Clinton’s Living History. Morris said that he would leave the United States if Hillary Clinton were elected president in 2008.

Dick Morris Age

Morris was born on November 28, 1946, in New York, New York, United States.

Dick Morris Net Worth

Morris has an estimated net worth of $4 Million. He has worked a political campaign consultant and a pollster. He served as an advisor and friend to Bill Clinton. He became a political adviser to the White House in 1992 and is credit for helping President Clinton to recover from the 1994 midterm elections, pursue third-way policies of triangulation. Morris writes a column in the New York Post as well as for other publications. He has authored several books including Rewriting History and claimed that he would leave the U.S. if Hillary Clinton became president. Morris has appeared on Fox News on programs including Hannity and The O’Reilly Factor.

Dick Morris Books

  • Fleeced: How Barack Obama, Media Mockery of Terrorist Threats, Liberals Who Want to Kill Talk Radio, the Self-Serving Congress, Companies That Help Iran, and Washington Lobbyists for Foreign Governments Are Scamming Us… and What to Do about It.
  • Power Plays: Win or Lose–How History’s Great Political Leaders Play the Game
  • Catastrophe
  • Revolt! : How to Defeat Obama and Repeal His Socialist Programs
  • Screwed! : How Foreign Countries Are Ripping America Off and Plundering Our Economy – And How Our Leaders Help Them Do It
  • The New Prince: Machiavelli Updated for the Twenty-First Century
  • Behind the Oval Office: Getting Reelected Against All Odds
  • Take Back America 2010: A Battle Plan
  • Here Come the Black Helicopters! : Un Global Governance and the Loss of Freedom
  • Off with Their Heads: Traitors, Crooks, and Obstructionists in American Politics, Media and Business
  • Dubs Goes to Washington: And Discovers the Greatness of America
  • Dubs Runs for President
  • 50 Shades of Politics
  • Corners of Wales: South East Wales Edition
  • Rogue Spooks: The Intelligence War on Donald Trump

Dick Morris Author

Political consulting
As of August 2009, Morris lends his name and assistance to the League of American Voters, an advocacy group for seniors to defeat the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. He has been described as “America’s most ruthless political consultant” in the BBC documentary Century of the Self, which chronicled how he brought lifestyle marketing to politics for the first time.

Morris has consulted for candidates in other countries of the western hemisphere, including the campaigns of Fernando de la Rua for President of Argentina (1999), Jorge Batlle for President of Uruguay (1999), Vicente Fox for President of Mexico (2000), and Raphael Trotman for President of Guyana (2006). Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann, are behind www.vote.com, a site intended to register a non-scientific political public opinion on various issues.

Guest commentator and political prognosticator
Since leaving Clinton’s employ in 1996, Morris has said he has become profoundly “disillusioned” with the actions of the Clintons in the late 1990s. He has since formed a career as a political commentator and critic of the Clintons (particularly Hillary), appearing on Fox News programs such as Hannity & Colmes, Hannity, and the O’Reilly Factor, and on various local and nationally syndicated radio talk shows. Morris is also a regular columnist and Pundits Blogger for The Hill, a nonpartisan daily newspaper based in Washington, D.C., and for NewsMax.com, a conservative online news website.

Regarding the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination, he initially stated that Howard Dean’s candidacy could be written off right away. He had earlier discussed the likelihood of Dean defeating John Kerry after early strong showings by the former Vermont governor. Kerry defeated Dean and all his other rivals and won the nomination.

In a column in The Hill on June 22, 2005, Morris predicted that Hillary Clinton would face her “worst nightmare” in her 2006 Senate race against Republican candidate Jeanine Pirro, whose campaign subsequently collapsed within a matter of two months after repeated crushing defeats in the opinion polls due to her husband’s alleged Mafia ties.

In 2005 Morris wrote that Hurricane Katrina “has the capacity to shape the second Bush term in the same way September 11 shaped his first term—not only in rebuilding New Orleans but in taking preventative steps around the nation to bolster our defenses against natural and man-made disasters and terror strikes.

Dick Morris And Fox News

Dick Morris Says Fox News Fired Him “For Being Wrong”
One day after having his contract not renewed by Fox News Channel, Dick Morris says it was his bad political judgment that got him canned. “I was fired because I was wrong. I was wrong and I was wrong at the top of my lungs,” Morris told CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight Wednesday. On his first appearance on CNN in over a decade, the former FNC contributor still insisted his opinion that Mitt Romney would win the Presidential election was correct – until Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. “The real issue is why did Mitt Romney lose? The real answer is the storm,” Morris told Morgan. At the end of the approximately 20-minute interview, Morgan invited Morris to come back anytime.

Dick Morris Latest Book

Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary

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