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Tomi Lahren Net Worth

tomi lahren net worth salary early life career 2019
Net Worth$3,000,000
Full NameTomi Lahren
Date of Birth/AgeAugust 11, 1992 (age 26)
Source of wealthPolitical Commentator
Country of originU.S
State/City of originRapid City, South Dakota
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Tomi Lahren’s net worth is $3 million.

How Much Does Tomi Lahren Make Each Year?

Her salary as a talk show host at TheBlaze was about $190,000 a year plus a $40,000 yearly wardrobe budget. Her salary at Fox News has not been disclosed.


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How Does Tomi Lahren Make Money?

She is a former television host and currently a contributor to Fox News. Lahren also works in communications with the Great America Alliance, an organization that supports the reelection of Donald Trump.

Early Life

Lahren was born in 1992 in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her parents were ranchers. After high school, she attended the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, where she majored in broadcast journalism and political science.


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While she was still in school, Lahren produced a talk show for the university television station. During the summers, she also worked as an intern for her Republican representative in Rapid City.

Lahren’s father has said that he always knew his daughter would be involved in work that required public speaking. He said that she was always very outspoken from an early age.

Lahren’s parents were ranchers who lost their ability to ranch. She has said that when she heard Trump talking about helping farmers and ranchers, his words resonated with her.


Early Start

After college, Lahren applied for an internship at One America News Network (OANN), a right-wing cable news station based in San Diego. Instead of being offered an internship, she was offered her own talk show.

Lahren stayed at OANN for a year. She then accepted a position at TheBlaze, another conservative news outlet owned by right-wing commentator Glenn Beck.


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A Rising Star

At TheBlaze, Lahren started concluding each show with a few minutes of her personal “final thoughts.” These final points were quickly spread on social media and Lahren’s popularity soared.

Lahren’s model-like good looks and biting wit quickly made her a rising star in Republican circles. A 2016 appearance on the Daily Show With Noah Trevor cemented her status as a media personality to watch.


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Firing and Lawsuit

In 2017, Lahren appeared on the popular daytime talk show The View. During that appearance, she admitted that she supported abortion rights for women. Glenn Beck discovered that she had done so and fired her.

Beck said that Lahren had presented herself as pro-life. Beck is pro-life and said he expected the hosts on his network to express the same views. He also stated that Lahren had behaved unprofessionally throughout her stint at TheBlaze.


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Lahren responded with a lawsuit alleging wrongful termination. The lawsuit was settled. As part of the settlement, Lahren was allowed to keep the Facebook page she had created during her work at TheBlaze, but not the “final thoughts” videos. Beck continued to criticize Lahren on his own radio show.

The fallout continued for some time, and many people wondered if Lahren would work in media again..

Stirring Up Controversy

The abortion issue caused outrage among Lahren’s fans. She refused to back down, later confirming in an interview with Playboy that she believed abortion should be legal although she was personally opposed to it.

Lahren has continued to stoke controversy with what many consider extreme right-wing views. She has issued video statements praising Border Patrol agents for using tear gas on migrants, criticizing NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and denying climate change.


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In 2018, Lahren was criticized for verbally attacking Republican politicians Jeff Flake and John McCain. McCain was battling brain cancer at the time and died the next day. She was criticized by fellow Republicans for this but did not apologize.

A Social Media Star

On the other hand, Lahren’s video rants have made her a star in Republican circles. Her Facebook page has over 4 million followers. Her videos regularly get millions of views.

Lahren has over 750,000 Instagram followers and regularly receives gifts of clothing and other items from corporate sponsors. She has been able to use social media to build a hugely successful brand.


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Current Status

In 2017, Lahren joined the Great America Alliance as a communications expert. The alliance is dedicated to the reelection of Donald Trump. She also signed on as a political commentator for Fox News.

Interesting Facts

  • Tomi Lahren is five foot three inches tall.
  • Lahren is not married and has no children.
  • Lahren briefly dated former Bachelorette star Chase McNary.
  • Lahren once appeared on Real Time With Bill Maher, where another conservative guest called her “f-ing crazy.”

Famous Quotes by Tomi Lahren

“I don’t consider myself a feminist, but boy, I won’t lay down and play dead, ever.”

“In order for me to be hurt by you, I have to respect you. I have no respect for these internet trolls who have nothing better to do than attack my looks or the way I speak.”

“I’m not one to fall back into the corner and put my fate in someone else’s hands. I tend to believe anyone in my position would do the same thing.”

“People tell me all the time that my 15 minutes are up.”


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Success Tips from Tomi Lahren

  • “People can love you or they can hate you. It really doesn’t matter. What matters is that I’m making a connection with people and getting a reaction. I’m going to stand in my truth no matter what. I have a voice, and I’m going to keep using it.”
  • “I don’t do what I do for your approval or praise. I do it for the millions of young girls on both sides of the political spectrum who deserve to see someone stand up for herself and not take shit from jerks like you.”
  • “Instead of getting up every day and saying, ‘poor me,’ how about you get up and thank God that you can get up?”
  • “A network did not make me, and therefore, a network cannot break me.”