Ben Domenech is a writer, blogger, editor, and television pundit from the United States.
He is a co-founder and publisher of The Federalist, as well as the host of The Federalist Radio Hour and the author of The Transom, a daily subscription email for political insiders.
He's also a co-founder of the RedState collective blog. He is now a Fox News co-host and regular pundit.
He was the editor-in-chief of The City and the managing editor for health care policy at The Heartland Institute. Until 2014, he established and hosted Coffee and Markets, a daily free market webcast.
The jobs he does have brought him a lot of money.
Ben Domenech's net worth is currently estimated at $5 million.
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Ben Domenech is married to a TV personality Meghan McCain since 2017. The couple has a kid.
Ben Domenech with his wife
Children: Ben Domenech has a daughter named Liberty Sage.
She was born in 2020.
Ben Domenech with his daughter and wife
Ben Domenech’s father is Douglas Domenech.
Ben Domenech’s mother is Jeanne Marie Schram.
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"And for those of us who have, you know, looked in sort of the established order of the political fray over the course of the past several years, it looks like chaos. But to the people I think it looks like democracy. And I think that that's something that really is moving us to a new reality, where the parties are going to have to retrofit themselves and adapt to this new realignment."
"Few years ago [Donald] Trump was being roasted by Comedy Central. They always have rules about things that you can't joke about. Donald Trump's rule at that time, the only thing that you couldn't joke about was a suggestion that he has less money that he claimed to."
"This is I think a dramatic point for conservatives. They are waking up to the fact that this guy, that Donald Trump has an ability to speak to people who they thought were theirs ideologically, people who they thought were a part of their team."
"I think it`s a message of economic nationalism. It`s obviously one that has bubbled up before in certain pockets, but it`s never been the sort of powerful phenomenon that it is today."
"Donald Trump came along and spoke in a language that speaks directly to a portion of the Republican base with what they want to hear. I don`t think that he actually has a very significant ideology."
"I think that [Chris] Christie`s endorsement is, you know, it`s a sign that - you know, he is who we thought he was in so many different respects. He`s someone who ambition is the only thing that I think is bigger than his appetite.I think in this case, it`s a situation where he saw the one guy who he thinks he can maybe get a cabinet post with if he wins in Donald Trump. I think, you know, he kind of went out the door doing a number of favors in beating up Marco Rubio the way he did."
"I think Donald Trump is a pragmatic sort of populist and who tell people anything in any moment that he wants them to hear, if he thinks that it`s going to be to his advantage, that everything is going to reset in the general election, assuming that he is the nominee, and I think it will be interesting to watch how many people feel betrayed or conned with the game he played with the Republican Party at this point."
"I think that there is something that happens, a phenomenon that happens around a conspiracy theory, where if you believe in a conspiracy theory, then every critique of that theory is simply more proof that the conspiracy exists. And I think that that's something that goes on in the person of Donald Trump."