Phil Mattingly Salary: Born in the U.S. on 16 December 1985, Phil Mattingly. A journalist who is best known by his article on Republican efforts to dismantle and replace Obamacare, as well as the continuing reform of the U.S. tax system, for his role as a CNN Congressional correspondent in Washington DC. He has more than 60,000 followers in a number of his posts on Twitter.
He was well known for having secured a special interview with House Speaker Paul Ryan where, on the day it was first published, he addressed the provisions of the GOP tax bill. He received his master degree in journalism from Boston University and then a diploma from Ohio State University.
Until joining CNN in December 2015, he began his career with Bloomberg television in Washington, serving as a New York correspondent. After this, he began working for politicians including Chris Christie and John Kazich on the campaign trail in 2016.
Sources reported a net value of over $3 million gained in a profitable TV broadcasting career as early as the middle of 2019. He is expected to gain more than $500 000 a year under his agreement with CNN, which could boost his income with other contracts or side projects. If he continues his efforts, his wealth is expected to continue to rise.