Corey Lewandowski gained worldwide fame for being Donald Trump’s first campaign manager during his 2018 presidential run.
Lewandowski was eventually removed from the position because of questions about his previous actions, but he remained a vital part of the Trump sphere, and he continued to earn money from the Trump team as well as others.
So how much is Corey Lewandowski net worth?
Corey Lewandowski emerged from total obscurity as a New Hampshire based Republican operative to run Donald Trump’s campaign.
He lobbied for some local businesses for a while before Trump, but he was lucky enough to sign a $20,000/month deal with Trump to serve as campaign manager.
That payment lasted for several months, and he earned around $500,000 in total for his time with the campaign, according to The Washington Post.
But it was after the campaign that Lewandowski received a huge windfall.
Lewandowski became a CNN contributor after leaving the official Trump team, and he also started a lobbying firm, promoting his direct access to the president.
Corey Lewandowski started two different lobbying firms since leaving the Trump campaign. In December 2018, he co-founded Avenue Strategies, where he signed a $25,000/mo contract with Venezuela’s state run oil company, as well as other $100,000+ contracts.
He advertised the firm as providing “tweet risk” to ensure Trump doesn’t tweet negative remarks against a business. He essentially said he could make some phone calls and prevent that.
Lewandowski also started another lobbying firm called Lewandowski Strategic Advisors. There, he was offered $20,000/mo to fight consumer protection laws. He later claimed he had no clients.
In total, we estimate Corey Lewandowski net worth at around $1 million.