Steve Hilton is a political commentator and erstwhile political adviser who represents the weekly show “The Next Revolution” on Fox News. He worked as the Director of Strategy for David Cameron, the prime minister of the U.S. from 2010 to 2016. After completing his graduation, Steve Hilton began his career by joining the Conservative Central Office where he met David Cameron and Rachel Whetstone.
Hilton is an exponent of what he terms “Positive Populism.” He is also a verbal supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump. He was the erstwhile CEO and co-founder of the website Crowdpac, but he resigned from Crowdpac in May 2018.
Steve Hilton’s Net Worth is $9 Million
According to sources, Steve Hilton has an estimated net worth of $9 Million. Hilton’s primary income comes from his political career. He earns a fair amount of salary from Fox News, but the figures are still under review.
Message to Mitch McConnel
‘The Next Revolution’ host said If Mitch McConnell wants to stay majority leader he better pledge as quickly as possible to hold a full Senate investigation into the 2020 election to restore faith in our election system.
Steve Hilton Early life
Steve Hilton was born on the 25th of August in the year 1969 in the United Kingdom. His real surname was Hircsák, but when they moved from Hungary to Britain, his parents changed their surname to Hilton. His father, István, was a goaltender for the Hungarian national ice hockey team and was among the top ice hockey players in Europe during the 1930s.
In Britain, his parents worked in catering at Heathrow Airport. He had faced a lot of hardships as his parents divorced when he was five years old. He then lived with his mother in a cold, damp basement apartment. His mother worked in a shoe store and was completely dependent on state benefits.
Steve Hilton’s Wife
Steve Hilton is married to Rachel Whetstone (political secretary of Michel Howard) to whom he met at the start of his career.