Kevin McCarthy Biography, Age, Congress, District, Twitter and Net Worth

Kevin McCarthy is an American politician who is currently serving in the United States House of Representatives and also the House Minority Leader.

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Kevin McCarthy Biography

Kevin McCarthy is an American politician who is currently serving in the United States House of Representatives. He is also the House Minority Leader having previously served also as the House Majority Leader from August 2014 to January 2019. He has been representing California in the 23rd congressional district department from 2007 to 2013.

He is also the former chairman of the California Young Republicans and the Young Republican National Federation. He had also worked as the district director for US Representative Bill Thomas and later elected as a trustee to the Kem Community College District. McCarthy is a Native of Bakersfield in California.

He was born to Roberta Darlene his mother who was a homemaker and to Owen McCarthy his father who was an assistant city fire chief. He is the fourth- generation resident of Kern County. He is also the first Republican in his immediate family because his parents were both Democrats. He used to attend California  State University in Bakersfield where rightfully earned a B.S in Marketing in 1989. After that, he later earned his first M.B.A in the year 1994.

Kevin McCarthy Age

He was born as Kevin Owen McCarthy on January 26, 1965, in Bakersfield, California in the US. As of 2019, he is 54 years old.

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His is currently Under review.

Kevin McCarthy Marriage | Wife

McCarthy is married to his wife Judy. The couple has two children and is the lifelong residents of Bakersfield.

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Kevin McCarthy Career

McCarthy was the chairman of the California Young Republicans back in 1995. He was also the chairman of the Young Republican National Federation. He later became the district director for the US from the late 1990s until 2000 under Representative Bill Thomas. McCarthy was victorious in his first ever election in 2000 as the Kern Community College District trustee.

He was later on elected to the California State Assembly in 2002 where he became floor leader during his freshman term in 2003. He was also elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2006. Mc Carthy was later recommended for the Republican primary for California’s 22nd District after his former boss announced his retirement.

From there McCarthy was re-elected to a seventh term with 64.3 percent vote defeating Democratic challenger Tatiana Matta who received 35.7 percent of the vote. McCarthy was elected as the leader of the House Minority Leader after the Republican lost their majority lead in the elections.

Kevin Mccarthy Trump

In a press conference, McCarthy explained to his people about caving in on Trump’s border barrier demand. He recently announced this accusing Pelosi and the Democrats for caving in.

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McCarthy’s is the current Representative (R-CA 23rd District) since 2013

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He joined the Republican party and was elected to the United States House of Representatives.

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Kevin was elected to the California State Assembly in 2002 where he became a Republican floor leader during his first term in 2003. He was later elected to the United States House of representatives in 2006.

Kevin McCarthy Net Worth

His estimated net worth is $226,008.

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House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy: Pelosi and Democrats caved on Trump’s border barrier demand

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday the tentative government funding deal shows that Democrats caved on President Donald Trump’s demand for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office immediately fired back.

McCarthy said Pelosi had insisted she would provide “‘no money for a wall,'” but in the compromise deal “that’s not the case.”

“The Democrats have now agreed to more than 55 miles of new barrier being built,” the California Republican added in an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

In response, Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff Drew Hammill told CNBC that “there is no wall money in this agreement” and that “Democrats have supported physical barriers in the past.”

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday the tentative government funding deal shows that Democrats caved on President Donald Trump’s demand for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office immediately fired back.

McCarthy said Pelosi had insisted she would provide “‘no money for a wall,'” but in the compromise deal “that’s not the case.”

“The Democrats have now agreed to more than 55 miles of new barrier being built,” the California

“This agreement has the same amount of funding for physical barriers that last year’s omnibus had,” he added.

Congressional negotiators said they reached a tentative deal late Monday to fund the government and avoid another shutdown. A congressional source told CNBC it would put about $1.4 billion toward physical barriers, but not the concrete wall that the president wants.

It’s not known whether Trump will accept the deal. Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion to build 215 miles of wall along the southern U.S. border led to a funding stalemate in December and a record 35-day partial government shutdown.

On Jan. 25, the president signed legislation to put federal employees back to work. However, Trump threatened to let funding lapse again or declare a national emergency on illegal immigration if Congress didn’t craft a deal he likes.

“The president has a few more tools in his toolbox,” said McCarthy, without elaborating on what those tools might be.

The tentative funding agreement would also reduce the cap for Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention beds by about 17 percent from the current 49,057 to 40,520, according to the source.

“The Democrats changed course when they said, ‘There would be no detention beds,'” McCarthy said. “They backed away on that. Now we are able to have those detention beds again. It’s not as high a number as we would have liked.”

A senior Democratic aide told CNBC that Democrats never advocated for “no detention beds,” adding the reduction in beds in the tentative deal provides a “critical check on the Trump administration’s mass deportation agenda.”

The White House was not immediately available to respond to CNBC’s request for comment.

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