Bob Beckel Cause of Death
Bob Beckel, a former Democratic Party operative who later in life became a Fox News host until he was fired in 2017 died on Monday, February 21, 2022.
Bob Beckel’s cause of death was not specified at the time of the report. “We miss him already,” former colleague Sean Hannity said Monday evening on his Fox News show.
He died at age 73.
Bob Beckel Wife
The former campaign manager was a divorcee. He married Leland Ingham in 1992. But after just 10 years of marriage, the couple divorced in 2002 and as of now, the reason behind their separation is scanty as they kept it away from the media.
Known as a former professional golf player. She remarried after divorcing Beckel. Leland is currently married to John Keyser. She married Keyser just two years after divorcing Beckel.
Bob Beckel Children
Bob Beckel is survived by his two children; McKenzie Beckel and Alec Beckel. His daughter is McKenzie Beckel, who makes Bob tremendously happy with her training and professional path. Alec is his first child, born in 1993. He is 29 years old. McKenzie is his second child, born in 1996. She is 25 years of age.
Bob Beckel Net Worth
Bob Beckel had an estimated net worth of $12 million at the time of his death in February 2022.
Bob Beckel Career
Beckel joined the United States Department of State as delegate right-hand secretary of state for legislative relations, turning into the most youthful representative collaborator secretary of state in the Carter organization.
In that job, he assisted with shepherding the Panama Canal Treaty through Congress to approve.
The next year he was selected extraordinary partner to the president for authoritative issues, dealing with the approval of Salt II and Mideast arrangements.
He became the campaign manager for Walter Mondale’s 1984 presidential campaign and it was during that campaign he became known as the man who effectively wrapped Wendy’s slogan “Where’s the beef?” around Gary Hart, Mondale’s opponent for the Democratic nomination.
Fox News hired Bob Beckel as a co-host of The Five and co-hosted some 708 episodes until June 2015. It was alleged that he was fired from the program after being accused of racism.
In October 2015, Beckel was hired by CNN to offer commentary on the 2016 election.
From 2005 until the end of 2015, Beckel was a columnist for USA Today, where he wrote articles with a friend and political opposite Cal Thomas in the style of “point-counterpoint.”