KEY POINTS

  • Kellyanne Conway’s net worth is at least $39 million
  • Conway is receiving $179,700 a year as campaign manager of Trump
  • The political expert bought a home in the DC area for a cool $8 million

Kellyanne Conway’s net worth is at least $39 million. The popular presidential staff actually earned more being a White House outsider. 

Conway has made the headlines as a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump. She is by profession a campaign manager, strategist, and pollster. Conway was tapped to help in the campaign of president Donald Trump and her expertise led her to become counselor to the President three years ago. As the CEO of The Polling Company Inc./Woman Trend, she has leveraged her experience, expertise and insights to Trump’s advantage. 

Before joining the administration, she had close to at least $10 million in asset value. Conway, who is married to a lawyer, is receiving $179,700 a year as campaign manager of Trump, an official White House report revealed. This makes her one of the highest paid woman serving the President. As leader of the U.S., Trump is getting a $400,000 monthly salary which he donates to charities, according to Towns and Country.

The 53-year-old also enjoyed appearances as a political commentator in the 90s. She's been on "Good Morning America," "Meet the Press" and "Real Time with Bill Maher." On the other hand, her husband, George T. Conway III, has worked on high profile cases such as Bill Clinton’s impeachment, NFL and Philip Morris. The power couple has three children.

In 2017, the political expert bought a home in the DC area for a cool $8 million, Business Insider reported. The house sits on 15,000-square-foot of land and features eight bedrooms. The Massachusetts Avenue Heights, where the property is located, is near the exclusive area where influential people reside such as Barack Obama, Ivanka Trump and Jeff Bezos. The lavish home also boasts of a wine cellar, billiards room, walk-in closets and two master baths.

The George Washington University Law School alum is a member of the Alpine Country Club which could cost around $100,000 including the yearly fees. In 2005, she released a book entitled “What Women Really Want”.

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to US President Donald Trump, says he'll be acquitted and free to win re-election Kellyanne Conway, counselor to US President Donald Trump, says he'll be acquitted and free to win re-election Photo: AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM