Robert Bauer is the 2020 campaign adviser for Joe Biden and a former legal counsel at the White House. He served under President Barack Obama and VP Joe Biden.
Bauer has also been in the news as he called out President Trump for prematurely saying he had a victory and asking the vote counting to stop in the 2020 Presidential elections.
Bob also hit back and claimed the prematurely claimed election for VP Biden.
|Birthday||February 22, 1952|
|Profession||Lawyer; former White House Counsel|
|Net Worth||$2.18 million|
|Education||Harvard University; University of Virginia|
10 Facts About Robert Bauer
Robert Bauer is a former legal counsel for President Obama’s administration, his Wikipedia page is being updated but you can read all about him in this article.
The former attorney was born on February 22, 1952, and his age is 68 years old as of November 2020.
Bauer’s wife is Anita Dunn, she is a political strategist and was a part of the Obama Presidential campaign. Both she and her husband were instrumental in the Obama win.
According to this source, Robert has a net worth of at least $2.18 million as of May 2020.
As for his religion, Bob was raised in a Jewish family but has not revealed if he a practicing Jew as of 2020.
He had a JD degree and had worked in law for an extensive amount of time before coming into politics.
He has used his background in law for his clients and he is the campaign lawyer for Presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Before this, he worked with President Obama and VP Joe Biden in their 2008 campaign. He asked the justice department to investigate a negative ad against President Obama.
Bauer and a Republican colleague were also the co-chairs of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, they published The American Voting Experience: Report and Recommendations of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration.
In between the political campaigns, Robert has returned to private practice.