Dan Bongino Report, Show, Wife, Ban From YouTube, Salary and Net Worth
Who is Dan Bongino?
Dan Bongino is an American former Secret Service agent. He served as a secret service agent from 1999 to 2011 and as a New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer from 1995 to 1999. Dan is now a conservative political commentator, radio show host, and author. He currently hosts the Fox Nation and Westwood One radio affiliates’ The Dan Bongino Show, as well as Fox News’ Unfiltered with Dan Bongino.
Dan Bongino Age
Bongino is currently 47 years old. He was born on December 4, 1974, in New York City.
Dan Bongino Background
Parents, Family, and Siblings
Bongino was born and raised in Queens, New York City to his parents. Information about his family and childhood including his parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about his parents is available.
Bongino attended Archbishop Molloy High School. He graduated from Queens College in the city with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in psychology, and from Pennsylvania State University with a Master of Business Administration.
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Dan Bongino Wife Paula
Bongino is married to his wife Paula Andrea Bongino. She was born in Cali, Colombia. They have two daughters Isabel and Ameila.
Dan Bongino Nationality and Ethnicity
Bongino is of American nationality. As for his ethnicity, Bongino is half Italian.
Dan Bongino Fox News
Bongino has appeared frequently on Fox News’ opinion programming as well as the conspiracy theory website InfoWars. In December 2018, he appeared as a guest on Hannity’s Fox News show. Fox News announced in May that Bongino would host a new weekend show, Unfiltered With Dan Bongino, beginning on June 5.
Between July and August 2021, Bongino hosted Canceled in the USA, a five-part series on cancel culture that aired on Fox News’ streaming service and featured interviews with people who were “canceled” because of their opinions or beliefs. According to Talkers Magazine’s October 2021 estimates, Bongino’s show has an estimated 8.5 million listeners.
Dan Bongino Report
Bongino launched the Bongino Report website in December 2019 as an alternative to the conservative Drudge Report website. Prior to the launch of the site, he chastised Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge for “abandoning” Trump supporters.
Dan Bongino Salary
Bongino earns an annual salary of $115,000 as a commentator.
Dan Bongino Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Dan Bongino Illness
Bongino announced on September 23, 2020, that a seven-centimeter tumor had been discovered in his throat. He went on to say that he didn’t know whether the tumor was cancerous or benign, but that he would fly to New York on September 25 for further testing.
On October 2, he announced that he had received a “bad phone call” from doctors and that he would be having surgery on October 7. Following his surgery, he tweeted that the “entire tumor” in his neck had been removed, but that he most likely had lymphoma. He stated that he would seek treatment in the future.
On October 16, he confirmed that he had been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and that he would continue treatment in consultation with his doctors. In July 2021, he announced during an interview that he had beaten cancer.
Dan Bongino Ban From YouTube
On Jan. 20, YouTube suspended one of Bongino’s YouTube channels for questioning the effectiveness of using masks against the coronavirus, a violation of the company’s pandemic-related misinformation policy. His subsequent attempt to avoid the one-week suspension by posting from another channel resulted in a permanent ban, according to YouTube.
Youtube releases a statement saying;
“When a channel receives a strike, it is against our Terms of Service to post content or use another channel to circumvent the suspension. If a channel is terminated, the uploader is unable to use, own or create any other YouTube channels.”
As the pandemic has progressed, the video giant has imposed more restrictions on Covid-19 content. It banned conservative commentators such as Joseph Mercola and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in September for spreading vaccine misinformation.