Sebastian Gorka Net Worth: American military and Intelligence analyst who currently serves as a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, Sebastian Gorka has an estimated net worth of around $4 million.
Gorka was born on London in October 22, 1970 to Susan Biro and Paul Gorka. He is a UK native and attended St Benedict’s School in London. He then received Bachelors of Arts degree in philosophy and theology from Heythrop College of University of London. While studying a master’s degree in International relations and diplomacy at Corvinus University in Hungary, he worked for the Hungarian Ministry of Defence. Gorka’s political career started in 1998 where he severed as adviser to Viktor Orban. In 2007, he completed the political science doctoral program at Corvinus University. Gorka became a naturalized American citizen in 2012.
Sebastian Gorka became a counterterrorism expert in a television after September 11 attack. Soon then he was asked to serve as an official expert on the parliamentary investigatory committee. In 2004, he became a part of the new US initiative for the program for Terrorism and Security Studies. In 2008, Gorka and his family relocated to United States after he was hired as administrative dean at the National Defence University. In 2016, he joined the Institute of World Politics on a full time basis as Professor of Strategy and irregular Warfare and also Vice President for National Security Support.
After Donald Trump got elected as a president of United States, Sebastian Gorka was hired for the position of deputy assistant. He was a member of a White House team known as Strategic Initiatives Group, led by Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner. In April 2017, Gorka decided to leave his role at White House but President Trump and Steve Bannon asked him to take his decision back.
Sebastian Gorka is a man with several controversies. Some critics challenged his academic qualifications on his views on Islam and radicalization as well as his motives for identifying with the Order of Vitez or support for the Hungarian Guard. Sebastian has given several interviews in support for Trump administration on views on national security, ISIS, muslim ban and foreign policy. He considers himself to be as the President’s Pitbull.