Solomon Wisenberg Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Fox News, Investigations, Net worth, Salary, Twitter

Solomon Wisenberg Biography

Solomon Wisenberg, born as Solomon Louis Wisenberg, is an American former Chief of the Financial Institution Fraud Unit of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas.

Solomon Wisenberg Age

Wisenberg is 67 years old as of 2021. He was born on June 8, 1954 in United States. He celebrates his birthday on 8th June every year.

Solomon Wisenberg Height

Wisenberg stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( 1.7 m).

Solomon Wisenberg Family

Wisenberg was born and brought up in the United States. However, he has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Wisenberg has any siblings.

Solomon Wisenberg Wife

Wisenberg is happily married to the love of his life, Adrienne Urrutia Wisenberg. The two have been in practice together since 2006 and they are part of Barnes and Thornburg’s White Collar Crime Defense Group.

Solomon Wisenberg Net worth

Wisenberg has an estimated net worth of $921, 713 which he has earned through his career.

Solomon Wisenberg Salary

Wisenberg receives an average salary of $99, 301 annually from his work as a contributor on NBC, Fox News, CBS, ABC, MSNBC CNN, PBS, and NPR.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Solomon Wisenberg

How old is Wisenberg? 67 years old
How tall is Wisenberg? 1.7 m
Who is Wisenberg married to? Adrienne Urrutia Wisenberg
How much money does Wisenberg earn? $99,301
How much is Wisenberg worth? $921, 713

Solomon Wisenberg Education

Wisenberg went to the University of Texas Law School and clerked for the Second Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.
Later, he graduated from Washington Campus in St. Louis with a B.A.

Solomon Wisenberg Career

Wisenberg was Deputy Independent Counsel in the Whitewater/Lewinsky Investigation and conducted the federal grand jury questioning of President Clinton. He is Partner and Co-Chair of the White Collar Defense and Government Investigations practice at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough.

From 1987 until 1997, he worked as an Assistant United States Attorney in North Carolina and Texas. Wisenberg first chaired the Victoria Savings Association investigation and trial in 1993, when he was Chief of the Financial Institution Fraud Unit in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas. The investigation and trial resulted in the conviction of eleven individuals for defrauding the Victoria Savings Association of $200 million.

Congress has previously named Victoria Savings Association as one of the top 100 savings and loan failures in the United States. Wisenberg was a top contender to assist Independent Counsel Starr in the investigation of the Clintons’ financial involvement with the Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan Association because of his experience prosecuting complicated financial crimes, and he was recruited by Starr’s office.

Solomon is a frequent commentator on legal concerns relating to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s continuing investigation into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. He also appears on NBC, Fox News, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, PBS, and NPR on a regular basis.

Solomon Wisenberg Clinton Investigation

Wisenberg joined the Starr team as an Associate Independent Counsel in 1997 to work on the Madison Guaranty Savings Investigation, and was promoted to Deputy Independent Counsel in 1998. Wisenberg was one of four Deputy Independent Counsels who took part in President Bill Clinton’s questioning by a federal grand jury. The scope of Starr’s inquiry was enlarged in January 1998, at the request of Starr and US Attorney General Janet Reno, to examine possible obstruction of justice in Clinton v. Jones, a sexual harassment complaint brought against Clinton by Paula Jones.

On August 17, 1998, Wisenberg oversaw the grand jury phase of the Lewinsky investigation and questioned Clinton during his filmed grand jury testimony. On September 11, 1998, the Starr Report was released, and the House of Representatives voted to impeach him the following day. In 1999, Wisenberg went into private practice after Clinton was acquitted in the Senate.

Solomon Wisenberg Mueller Investigation

Since Special Counsel Robert Mueller began his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election in May 2017, Wisenberg has appeared on NBC, Fox News, MSNBC, CBS, CNN, NPR, PBS, and in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other major newspapers. Members of the media have drawn on Wisenberg’s experience investigating and questioning Bill Clinton to provide insight into the procedures involved and the potential techniques the Mueller team may have been following in the absence of published or leaked information from the Mueller team.

Wisenberg chastised Trump lawyer and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani in May 2018 for statements stressing the political usefulness of Trump’s personal assets being used to pay Stormy Daniels hush money. Wisenberg determined that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s testimony before the House Oversight Committee on February 27, 2019, presented no new information about probable cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence agencies or offenses related to payments to Stormy Daniels.

Solomon Wisenberg Fox News

Wisenberg works at Fox News as a commentator for Fox Business, in New York. At the station, he works alongside other Fox News anchors who include;

  1. Jamie Colby
  2. Byron York
  3. Trey Yingst
  4. Kiron Skinner
  5. Dan Springer
  6. Karl Rove
  7. Katie Pavlich
  8. Nicole Saphier
  9. Austin Westfall
  10. Anita Vogel