The net worth of Mark Meadows is estimated to be $30 million dollars. Mark Meadows is an American politician who served as the 29th White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows was a founding member of the Freedom Caucus. As chief of staff, Mark Meadows played an influential role in the Trump administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mark Meadows was held in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with the January 6 Select Committee.

Mark Meadows Net Worth

Mark Meadows Net Worth is estimated to be $30 million dollars. Mark Meadows was held in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with the January 6 Select Committee.

Net Worth$30 Million
Assets$12 Million
Liabilities & Loans$5 Million
Investments$14 Million
Business Income$2 Million
Donations & Gifts$500,000
Family Inheritance$3 Million

Mark Meadows’s Assets & Investments

Mark Meadows owns over 8 real estate properties, 6 Cars, and 1 Luxury Yachts. Mark Meadows’s Assets also includes Cash reserves of over $4 Million stored securely in two large banks. Mark Meadows also owns an investment portfolio of 5 stocks that is valued at $2 Million. Checkout Nancy Pelosi Wealth.

Mark Meadows Net Worth Growth Rate

Net Worth in 2022$30 Million
Net Worth in 2021$28 Million
Net Worth in 2020$27 Million
Net Worth in 2019$21 Million
Net Worth in 2018$13 Million

Mark Meadows’s Cars

Mark Meadows has recently bought a Mercedes-Benz G-Class for $170,000 USD. Mark Meadows also owns a Audi Q8 that cost him $65,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by Mark Meadows are listed below. 

  • Land Rover Discovery
  • Jaguar F-PACE
  • BMW X6

Mark Meadows House

Mark Meadows lives in his 9,800-square-foot luxury house located in Verdun, France. Mark Meadows has bought this property for an estimated price of $10 Million dollars. Also see Joe Biden Net Worth.

Mark Meadows Wiki

Full NameMark Randall Meadows
Age62 years
Height6 ft 0 in (1.82 m)
Weight174 lb (79 kg)
SpouseDebbie Meadows 
Worth$30 Million
Political partyRepublican

Exclusive Facts about Mark Meadows

Zodiac SignCancer
Favorite ActorTom Hanks
Favorite FoodPancakes
Favorite ColourGreen
Favorite SportGolf
Favorite Music ArtistMicheal Jackson
Favorite Holiday DestinationPortugal 

Mark Meadows Biography

Mark Meadows was born at a United States Army hospital in Verdun, France, where his father was serving in the Army and his mother worked as a civilian nurse. While living in Highlands, Mark Meadows served as chairman of the Republican Party in Macon County, and was a delegate to several state and national Republican conventions.


Mark Meadows is an American politician who has been the U.S. Representative for North Carolina’s 11th congressional district since January 2013. Mark Meadows is also the former White House chief of staff from march 2020 to january 2021. Mark Meadows born in Maginot Barracks, Verdun, France, July 28, 1959; attended University of South Florida.

During his time in the House, Rep. Mark Meadows has been a known champion for fiscal responsibility, accountable government, pro-growth economic policies, pro-family and pro-life initiatives, and a strong military. While in Congress, Mark Meadows was a member of the House Freedom Caucus. Mark Meadows served as ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, until he assumed the office of White House Chief of Staff.

Mark Meadows voted against disaster relief spending for October 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, which struck the Northeastern United States and caused severe damage. Mark Meadows served as chair of the Subcommittee on Government Operations up until June 20, 2015, when fellow Republican congressman Jason Chaffetz removed him from the position.

Mark Meadows resigned from Congress on March 31, 2020, to become White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows was considered one of President Donald Trump‘s closest allies in Congress before his appointment as chief of staff. Mark Meadows is the first White House chief of staff since the Watergate scandal and first former member of Congress to have been held in contempt of Congress.

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