Gregg Jarrett Biography
Gregg Jarrett (Gregory Walter Jarrett) is an American news anchor, actor, author, and attorney. He joined the Fox News Channel in November 2002.
This was after working for over a decade for Local NBC and ABC TV, and also national networks Court Tv and Msnbc. Gregg is also known for the The Gingerbread Man (1998), Fox Report (1996) and Fox Files (1998).
He is known for his pro- Trump commentary, and also for his critism of the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. He published The Russia Hoax in 2018. It argues that the “deep state” have sought to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump and protect 2016 presidential candidate. Jarrett has described Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe as “illegitimate and corrupt” and likened the FBI TO THE KGB.
Gregg Jarrett Age
Gregory Walter Jarrett was born on April 7, 1955 in Los Angeles California, U.S. . He was raised in San Marino, California.
Gregg Jarrett Catherine Kennedy Anderson
Gregg got married to Catherine Kennedy Anderson on September 11, 1993. The couple shares two daughters.
Gregg Jarrett Education
Jarrett graduated from San Marino High School in 1973. He later attended Claremont Men’s College where he graduated magna cum laude in 1977 with a degree in political science. In 1980, he graduated from law school at the University of California, Hastings College of the law and worked as a defense attorney for several years in San Francisco with the firm of Gordon & Rees LLP. Jarrett has taught law as an adjunct professor at New York Law School and lectured at various law schools.
Gregg Jarrett Career
Gregg served as an anchor and correspondent for MSNBC. He covered the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and also the 2000 presidential election from Tallahassee, FL. Gregg also served as an anchor at Court TV for nine years. He began his television career as an anchor and producer at KCSM-TV (PBS) in San Francisco, CA. He then went on to work as an anchor and reporter for WMDT-TV (ABC 9) in Salisbury, MD, KSNW-TV (NBC 3) in Wichita, KS and the independently-owned WKFT-TV in Raleigh, NC.
He also worked at Court TV, now known as TruTV, for eight years, where he served as the anchor of Prime Time Justice. Jarrett hosted the network’s nationally syndicated half-hour magazine show, Inside America’s Courts, which was seen daily on broadcast stations (NBC in New York City and Los Angeles) and weekends on CNBC.
Gregg Jarrett Fox News
Jarrett joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2002 and is based in New York. He serves as legal analyst and offers commentary across both FNC and FOX Business Network (FBN). He also appears frequently on Hannity.
During his tenure, he has provided coverage on top new stories including the 2013 murder trial of George Zimmerman and the crash of Asiana Flight 214 at the San Francisco Airport (SFO). Gregg has also reported on a variety of stories which include the deadly EF5 tornado in Moore, OK, the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the inauguration of Pope Francis, Superstorm Sandy and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Additionally, he contributed to the network’s coverage of the 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential elections.
Gregg Jarrett Book
The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump
Gregg Jarrett Russia Hoax
Jarrett reveals the real story behind Hillary Clinton’s deep state collaborators in government and also exposes their nefarious actions during and after the 2016 election.
The book reveals how persons within the FBI and Barack Obama’s Justice Department worked improperly to help elect Hillary Clinton and defeat Donald Trump in the presidential election in 2016.
When the suspected effort failed, the same people appear to have pursued a contrived investigation of President Trump in an attempt to undo the election results and remove him as president.
Gregg Jarrett Trump
The evidence suggests that partisans within the FBI and the Department of Justice, driven by personal animus and a misplaced sense of political righteousness, surreptitiously acted to subvert electoral democracy in our country.
He has been accused of allowing his political positions to color his legal commentary. He often choses his legal positions based on which political party would be affected. He called for a grand jury for Hillary Clinton over her email controversy in August 2017. A day later, when a grand jury was impaneled by special counsel Robert Mueller in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections, he said that grand juries were an “undemocratic farce”. Gregg later called the Mueller investigation “illegitimate and corrupt” on Fox News, stating that “the FBI has become America’s secret police” and “a shadow government”. He likened the FBI to the KGB, the Soviet security agency, for which he received PolitiFact’s “Pants on Fire” rating. According to PolitiFact, “numerous historians of the FBI and the KGB say the comparison is ridiculous. The KGB implemented the goals of the Communist Party leadership, including countless examples of tortures and summary executions. By contrast, the FBI is subject to the rule of law and is democratically accountable.”
Jarrett has said that former FBI Director James Comey may have broken the law by releasing a memo to press wherein Comey recounted a conversation with President Trump where he requested that Comey end the investigation into Michael T. Flynn. University of Texas School of Law professor Bobby Chesney said Gregg’s assertion was “nonsense”. University of Georgia law professor Diane Marie Amann also refuted Gregg’s assertion.
He asserted that he had a “highly reliable congressional source” in February 2018, which told him that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein “used the power of his office to threaten members of Congress”; The Huffington Post described the assertion as “dubious”.
Gregg Jarrett Salary
His salary is not yet revealed.
Gregg Jarrett Net Worth
Gregg has an estimated net worth of $2 million.