Major Elliott Garrett is the chief Washington correspondent for CBS News and also at the National Journalist. From wars to presidential elections, Major Garrett has covered it all and has also been highly involved with political news reporting.
Major Garrett’s Net Worth
At present, Major Elliott Garrett is the lead host of a weekly podcast, The Takeout. The podcast covers the latest news about politics, policy, and pop culture. As of 2020, Major Garrett stands tall with a net worth between $1 million and $5 million, thus proving his experience in the field.
Major Garrett was born on august 24th 1962 and is currently 58 years old. He was born and raised in San Diego, California.
He went to James Madison High School and graduated with a bachelor of journalism and political science from the University of Missouri in 1984. Major Garrett was also part of the fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta.
Major Garett‘s Wife Lara Brown
Major Elliott Garett is a very secretive person when it comes to disclosing information about him or his family. The name of his parents or children is currently unknown. However, Major Elliott Garett married Lara brown and happily lives with his family in Washington D.C
Senior White House Correspondent
Major Elliott Garett kickstarted his career in the 1990s as a senior editor and congressional correspondent for U.S News and World report. He was also a congressional reporter for The Washington Times.
In the early 2000’s Major Elliott Garett joined the white house team of CNN and in 2002 went on to be a general assignment reporter for Fox News.
He also won awards for being a reporter across the country for Houston Post, Las Vegas review-journal, and Amarillo Globe-News with his articles being published in well-established magazines such as The Weekly Standard, Washington Monthly, and Mother Jones.
In 2008, Major Elliott Garett went on to cover the entire presidential campaign for Barack Obama and in 2009 January, he became the Senior White House Correspondent for the Fox News Channel.
On September 3rd, 2010, Major Elliott Garett quit his job at Fox News and went on to join the National Journal. He also is a guest commentator on MSNBS and Faces The Nation.
It was on Face the Nation on November 18th, 2012 it was announced that Major Elliott Garett would officially be joining as a chief white house correspondent for CBS News and was officially given the title in December 2018.
In 2015, Major Elliott Garett made the headlines for asking Barack Obama how he was content with the Iran Nuclear Deal when four Americans were still trapped in Iran.