Philip Wegmann Biography and Wiki
Philip Wegmann is an American journalist who currently works as a White House Reporter for Real Clear Politics. He assumed that post in February 2019 (2 years 5 months now) from Washington Examiners Washington D.C where he was a staff writer.
Philip Wegmann Age and Birthday
Philip is 29 years old as of 2021, and also celebrates his birthday on May, 12 every year. He was born in 1992 and brought up in Woodburn, Indiana, United States of America.
Philip Wegmann Height and Weight
He stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall. His weight and other body measurements are not known.
Philip W. Education
Born and raised up in Woodburn, Indiana, Philip attended local schools for his high school studies. From there, he joined Hillsdale College where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History and politics.
Philip W. Family| Parents and Siblings
Philip was born to his parents Lynn We and Elizabeth Wegmann. His parents are native Americans of white ethnicity. He has two siblings, James Wegmann, a senior communications director for Senator Ben Sasse, and Laura Wegmann who works as an illustrator for children’s books. His youngest brother Thomas is an upcoming photographer and baseball player.
Philip Wegmann Wife| Married
The White House reporter has not publicly revealed his love life to the public. Philip likes to keep personal details private, hence difficult to know if he is married, dating, or single.
Philip W. Children
There is no information known to the public concerning his love life or whether he has any children. Our team will update more information on his family as soon as possible.
Philip Wegmann Salary
According to political commentators’ salaries in the USA, Philip’s annual salary ranges between $33,774 to $112,519.
Philip Wegmann Net Worth
Philip’s net worth ranges between $100,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his journalism career spanning around five years.
Philip Wegmann Real Clear Politics
Philip is an American journalist who currently works as a White House Reporter for Real Clear Politics. He assumed that post in February 2019 (2 years 5 months now) from Washington Examiners Washington D.C where he was a staff writer.
Philip started his career at The Federalist Washington DC Metro Area where he was a staff writer and radio producer. He spent only six months at The Federalist before getting a job at The Washington Examiners.