Scottie Nell Hughes
Scottie Nell Hughes’s net worth is about $1.3 million.
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One could count the number of women on television who vocally supported the Republican Party during the 2016 US presidential elections. While many people admire and would place Scottie Nell Hughes at the top of the list, she is not the only one.
Hughes is a journalist, news anchor, and political commentator who previously worked for CNN during the 2016 presidential election. She is now an anchor for RT America’s weeknight newscasts.
What is the net worth of Scottie Nell Hughes?
Scottie Nell Hughes has been involved in a variety of endeavors, including her work with a variety of media outlets.
Hughes’ net worth is estimated to be $1.3 million as a result of her efforts.
Scottie Nell Hughes: Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
On June 21, 1980, Scottie Nell Hughes was born. While her father is unknown, her mother is Linda Semler.
The journalist from the United States was raised as an only child. She did, however, have a brother named Cliff Pelc, who died eight years before she was born.
Hughes earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast communications/political science from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Scottie Nell Hughes: An Incident
Cliff died after being shot by the son of his nanny, who was 12 years old at the time. The older boy obtained the firearm from a nightstand.
Despite the absence of charges, Scottie’s mother had always maintained that the tragedy was not an accident.
She suspected the nanny’s son may have murdered Cliff out of jealousy, believing he was not loved as much as the younger child by his mother.
Without a sibling, she grew up rather alone and constantly fantasized about what life would be like if she had a brother. She continues to display Cliff’s photographs throughout her home.
Regardless of how she lost her only brother, the strong Conservative would later defend individuals’ right to bear arms, arguing that the issue is not guns but the evil in men’s hearts.
Scottie Nell Hughes: Professional Career
Scottie Nell Hughes began her career in her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, as an executive producer on the Steve Gill Show, a conservative radio program.
She continued to work in radio in various capacities after that, including as a producer for The Rusty Humphries Show and The Michael Berry Show.
The American news anchor’s focus may be on politics. She disclosed in 2016 that she had been approached by some to consider running for Congress if Diane Black decided to run for governor of Virginia. Although she considered it, she decided against it.
Scottie Nell Hughes’ tenure at CNN was brief, lasting only until the 2016 presidential election when she became one of the network’s paid political commentators.
Additionally, the then-exclusive CNN contributor appeared on several network’s top-rated shows, including Piers Morgan Tonight and The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. he remained a commentator for the network until her contract expired in January 2017.
Apart from CNN, she was a frequent commentator on Fox News. She claimed in 2017 that she was raped by Charles Payne, the Fox Business Network’s host. As a result, she filed a lawsuit against the Fox News Channel.
According to the political pundit, the company blacklisted her in retaliation for reporting the rape. The case was eventually resolved.
In 2018, the former CNN contributor became an anchor for RT America. She anchors the media outlet’s weeknight newscasts.
Apart from her work on television, she previously worked as a news director for TPNN.com. In 2012, she launched the website.
Additionally, she served as the political editor for RightAlerts.com and as a columnist for Western Journalism.
Scottie Nell Hughes: Relationship Status
Scottie Nell Hughes is married to conservative Chris Hughes. Chris is also a home builder and an Army veteran.
He is a Tennessee Republican Party committeeman. The gentleman is a staunch supporter of Donald Trump and served as his delegate to the Republican National Convention in Tennessee.