Jason Chaffetz FOX, Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Children, Height, Salary and Net Worth

Jason Chaffetz Biography

Jason Chaffetz is an American journalist who works as a FOX News (FNC) contributor and the host of the Jason In The House podcast on FOX News Radio. He joined the news network in 2017. Jason has been a frequent guest host on FOX News Channel’s Hannity (weekdays, 9-10 PM/ET) and Sunday Morning Futures (Sundays, 10-11 AM/ET) since joining the network.

Jason Chaffetz Age

He is 55years old as of 2022. Jason was born March 26, 1967, in Los Gatos, California, the U.S. He celebrates his birthday on the 26th of March every year.

Jason Chaffetz Height

He stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.

Jason Chaffetz Wife

Chaffetz was born in a Jewish family and converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during his undergraduate years. When he was a senior and Julie was a junior at Brigham Young University, he met his future wife Julie Johnson at a wedding in Arizona in 1989. They tied the knot in February 1991. After college, Chaffetz worked in public relations for Nu Skin International, a multi-level marketing organization.

Jason Chaffetz Children

The couple is blessed with three adorable kids called Ellis Chaffetz, Max Chaffetz, and Kate Chaffetz

Jason Chaffetz Family

Chaffetz was raised in California, Arizona, and Colorado after being born in Los Gatos, California. His father, John A. Chaffetz (1935–2012), was a businessman, and his mother, Margaret “Peggy” A. Wood, was a Christian Scientist who eventually joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and owned a photographic studio. His father became involved with the ownership group of the Los Angeles Aztecs, a professional soccer team, in the late 1970s. Gay Reality: The Team Guido Story, a book about a gay couple that competed in The Amazing Race, was afterward written by his father. Alex, his younger brother, owns a media consulting firm in Colorado.

Chaffetz’s father was Jewish, and his paternal grandfather, FBI Special Agent Maxwell (Max) Chaffetz (1909–1986), was the son of Russian immigrants. Max Chaffetz was the second cousin of Washington, D.C. real estate developer and philanthropist Morris Cafritz, and the brother of Hammond E. Chaffetz, who pioneered federal antitrust prosecution policies later upheld by the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., before building Kirkland & Ellis into one of the most powerful law firms in the United States.

Kitty Dukakis (née Dickson), Chaffetz’s father’s first wife, subsequently married Michael Dukakis, the future Massachusetts Governor, and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee. Chaffetz’s father had a four-year relationship with Kitty Dukakis, which resulted in the birth of John Dukakis (born John A. Chaffetz), who was eventually adopted by Michael and Kitty Dukakis. Chaffetz worked as a Utah co-chairman of Michael Dukakis’ 1988 presidential campaign while still in college. Jason is still close to his half-brother and the Dukakis family, according to a 2009 story.

Jason Chaffetz Education

Chaffetz attended high school in California and Middle Park High School in Granby, Colorado, before attending Brigham Young University on a football scholarship in 1988 and 1989, when he was the starting placekicker for the Cougars. Chaffetz converted 16 of 25 field-goal attempts (64 percent) and 89 of 94 point-after attempts in two seasons (95 percent). He still held the school marks for most extra points attempted in a game, most extra points scored in a game, and most consecutive extra points scored in a game as of 2011. Chaffetz earned a B.A. in communications from BYU’s College of Fine Arts and Communications in 1989.

Jason Chaffetz Career

Jason is a media personality who serves as a FOX News (FNC) contributor and the host of the Jason In The House podcast on FOX News Radio. Chaffetz, a former United States Representative, was a senior fellow at the Government Accountability Institute and the former chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee before joining the FNC.

In 2015, Chaffetz gained notoriety for his aggressive probes of Hillary Clinton. In early October 2016, he revoked his endorsement of Donald Trump, but three weeks later announced his intention to vote for him. Chaffetz drew criticism after the 2016 election for declining to investigate certain potential conflicts of interest involving President Donald J. Trump and others involved in his 2016 presidential campaign and subsequent presidential administration, despite having extensively investigated Clinton and the Obama administration. He left Congress six months into his fifth term in 2017 and has since worked as a commentator, Fox News contributor, and author

Jason has authored a number of books. His debut book, The Deep State: How an Army of Bureaucrats Protected Barack Obama and Is Working to Destroy the Trump Agenda, was a New York Times bestseller when it was released in September 2018. He published Power Grab: The Liberal Scheme to Undermine Trump, the GOP, and Our Republic the following September. Chaffetz’s third book, They Never Let a Crisis Go to Waste: The Truth About Disaster Liberalism, was released in 2021, along with a podcast, Jason in the House, which pundit Jeffrey Lord termed a “really important book.”

Jason Chaffetz Salary

He’s been successful throughout his journalism career. Jason ought to be earning quite a decent salary ranging between $45,000 and $150,000 annually.

Jason Chaffetz’s Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.