What Is Denis McDonough’s Net Worth?

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Susan Walsh/AP/Shutterstock (11701889a)Former White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, the Biden administration's choice to be veterans affairs secretary, speaks during an event at The Queen theater in WilmingtonBiden Cabinet, Wilmington, United States - 11 Dec 2020.
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Former White House chief of staff during the Obama administration, Denis McDonough was once listed by CNN as one of the top 16 highly paid White House officials, earning $176,461 annually during his term.

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Denis McDonough Net Worth: Unknown

McDonough is President Joe Biden’s pick for secretary of Veterans Affairs.

Over the past decades, McDonough has held a number of positions in Washington, including as a foreign policy advisor for Obama’s campaign in 2008, director of strategic communications for the National Security Council and deputy national security advisor. He holds degrees from St. John’s University and Georgetown University.

He appeared before the Senate Committee on Veteran’s Affairs on Jan. 27. He has since been confirmed.

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