Hilary Clinton Net Worth: Daughter Chelsea's Net Worth Revealed! Earns Only $600K Annual Salary?

Aug 03, 2016 07:49 AM EDT | Eve C.

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Hilary Clinton is another presidential candidate that will just do anything to win at the 2016 U.S. Elections. However, Hilary Clinton net worth controversy has been on the web since her candidacy. On the other hand, media also exposes her daughter's net worth. They found out that Chelsea Clinton earns only $600,000 annual salary.

First, Heavy reported that her annual salary as a special correspondent on NBC was $600,000. While this may be compared small from the salary of other political sons and daughters, many have raised eyebrows about the figures because of her lacking experience in Journalism.

To address the concern, NBC put Chelsea on a month-to-month contract up until her mother decided to run for the presidency. However, the daughter decided to leave the network in August 2014 to focus on "Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation."

Aside from her annual salary, the website also extracted her net worth, and it is a whopping $15M. More than that, Heavy unveiled that her wedding with Marc Mezvinsky cost $3M, and they own an apartment worth $10M.

She also has a speaking fee of $65,000. In one event, the University of Missouri-Kansas City invited Chelsea for a 10-minute talk, 20-minute Q&A session and some photo ops for the price.

However, Washington Post reported that the University really aimed at Hilary Clinton. But they are required for a payment of $275,000 for a one-time speaking fee.

Chelsea Clinton will endorse her mother at the last night of Democratic National Convention. Furthermore, the billionaire investor Mark Cuban also endorses Hilary Clinton during Clinton campaign swing through Pittsburgh, PA on Saturday.

According to CNBC, the public has been expecting him to endorse the female candidate. He has been trolling Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in social media for quite a long time.

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