Pam Bondi Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Salary, Wealth and Trump Impeachment

Pam Bondi is an American attorney, lobbyist, and politician who served as the 37th Florida Attorney General from 2011 to 2019. She is part of the team defending President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial in the Senate.

Pam Bondi Bio, Wiki

Pam Bondi is an American attorney, lobbyist, and politician who served as the 37th Florida Attorney General from 2011 to 2019. She is part of the team defending President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial in the Senate.

Pam Bondi Education

Bondi attended C. Leon King High School in Tampa. She graduated from the University of Florida in 1987 with a degree in Criminal Justice and was a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Bondi earned a JD from Stetson Law School in 1990 and was admitted to the Florida Bar on June 24, 1991.

Pam Bondi Career

Bondi served as a former prosecutor and spokeswoman in Hillsborough County, Florida, where she was an Assistant State Attorney. She resigned from this position to seek the office of Attorney General of Florida. Pam has made guest appearances on Scarborough Country with Joe Scarborough and various other cable news programming on MSNBC and worked for Fox News as a guest host.

In 2006, she prosecuted former Major League Baseball player Dwight Gooden for violating the terms of his probation and for substance abuse. In 2007, she also prosecuted the defendants in Martin Anderson’s death.

Pam Bondi Attorney General

In 2010, Pam Bondi defeated Democratic State Senator Dan Gelber by a 55% to 41% margin to become the first woman Attorney General of the State of Florida.

She was the lead attorney general in an unsuccessful lawsuit seeking to overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “Obamacare”) in Florida et al v. United States Department of Health and Human Services. In the claim, the State of Florida and 26 other states contended that the individual mandate provision of the ACA violates the United States Constitution.

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Pam Bondi Photo

In 2018, she joined with 19 other Republican-led states in a lawsuit to overturn the ACA’s bans on the ban on health insurance companies charging people with pre-existing conditions higher premiums or denying them coverage outright.

In 2013, she persuaded Governor Rick Scott to postpone a scheduled execution because it conflicted with her reelection kickoff/fundraising event. After questions were raised in the media, she apologized for moving the execution date.

In November 2014, Bondi was re-elected receiving 55% of the vote. Her challenger, George Sheldon, received 42%.

She opposed same-sex marriage and other LGBT rights issues on behalf of the state. In June 2016, following the Orlando nightclub shooting Bondi was interviewed by CNN reporter Anderson Cooper, who interrogated her about her abrupt change in attitude towards the LGBT community Bondi claimed to not only support the gay community but had posted as such on her website.

Pam in a radio interview stated that the CNN interview had not been aired in its entirety and most of it was left on the cutting room floor, omitting the portion about potential scamming of survivors’ families. While the entire interview had been aired live, only the portion involving Pam Bondi’s position on LGBT issues was originally uploaded to the CNN website. The website featured the interview in its entirety following this comment.

In August 2018, while still serving as Attorney General, Pam Bondi co-hosted Fox News’ The Five three days in a row while also appearing on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show. Fox News claimed that the Florida Commission on Ethics had approved her appearance on the program; however, the commission’s spokeswoman denied that, telling the Tampa Bay Times that “no opinion was rendered” and that the commission’s general counsel “didn’t express a view as to whether [Bondi’s proposed hosting of the Fox shows] would or would not violate the Code of Ethics”. The Tampa Bay Times depicted it as “unprecedented” for a sitting elected official to host a TV show.

Work for Donald Trump

In 2016, Pam Bondi gave a speech at the Republican National Convention during which she led “Lock Her Up” chants directed at the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. In 2019, after leaving the Attorney General’s office, she was hired by Ballard Partners, a firm with close connections to Donald Trump, and she began working as a registered lobbyist for Qatar.

In November 2019, Bondi was hired by the Trump administration with “special government employee” status to help the White House in messaging during the president’s battle against impeachment. Bondi’s job was described the next month as being to “attack the process” of the impeachment inquiry.

On January 17, 2020, she was named as part of Trump’s defense team for the Senate impeachment trial. She will be working alongside;

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  2. Jay Sekulow
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  3. Patrick Philbin
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  4. Mike Purpura
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Pam Bondi Age

Bondi was born Pamela Jo Bondi on November 17, 1965, in Tampa, Florida, United States (she is 56 years old as of 2021.)

Pam Bondi Height

Bondi stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Pam Bondi Family / Parents

Bondi was born and raised in Temple Terrace, Florida. She is the daughter of Joseph Bondi who was a city council member and then Mayor of Temple Terrace.

Pam Bondi Husband

Bondi got married to Garret Barnes in 1990 but the couple divorced after 22 months of marriage. In 1996, she married Scott Fitzgerald; they divorced in 2002.

Pam Bondi Net Worth | Pam Bondi Wealth

Bondi has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million which she has earned from her successful career as an attorney, lobbyist, and politician.

Pam Bondi Salary

The amount of salary that Bondi earns has not yet been revealed. However, the information will be revealed as soon as it’s available.

Pam Bondi Weight Loss

Bondi has had a tight schedule and laked enough time to concentrate on her body that she had gained weight . She went to the mirror only to find that she had gained weight and her brain started to think about what she could do. Instead of eating unbalanced foods, she prefers fresh and healthy vegetables and fruits, and to lose weight she only eats lunch and dinner.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Bondi.

Who is Pam Bondi?

She is an American attorney, lobbyist, and politician

How old is Pam Bondi?

56 years old as of 2021

How tall is Pam Bondi?

5 feet 9 inches

Who is Pam Bondi married to?

Garret Barnes

How much money does Pam Bondi earn?

Not Available

How much is Pam Bondi worth?

$1.7 million
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