Keith Kellogg is a prominent American national security expert, retired Army Lieutenant General, and a Fox News contributor. He is known for his appearances on Fox News programs such as Hannity, Tucker Carlson Tonight, and The Ingraham Angle.
Keith Kellogg was born on June 23, 1944, in San Francisco, California. Not much is known about his parents or siblings. However, it is known that he grew up in the Bay Area and attended Santa Clara University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science.
After college, Keith Kellogg joined the United States Army and served for over 36 years. During his military career, he held various command and staff positions, including two tours in Vietnam, as well as assignments in Germany, South Korea, and the Pentagon. He retired from the Army in 2003 as a Lieutenant General.
After retiring from the Army, Keith Kellogg joined the private sector and worked as a consultant on national security issues. He also served as a member of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, where he was responsible for the reconstruction of the country’s infrastructure.
In 2016, Keith Kellogg joined Donald Trump’s presidential campaign as a foreign policy advisor. After Trump was elected, Kellogg served as Chief of Staff for the National Security Council (NSC) and Acting National Security Advisor. He resigned from his position in 2018 but continued to serve as a NSC advisor until 2020.
Keith Kellogg is married to Paige Kellogg, and they have two children. Not much is known about his children or his personal life outside of his professional career.
Keith KelloggHeight and Physical Appearance
Keith Kellogg’s height is not publicly known, but based on his appearances on television, he appears to be of average height. He has a lean build, short gray hair, and a mustache.
Fox News Contributions
Keith Kellogg joined Fox News in 2019 as a contributor. He has made regular appearances on the network to discuss national security issues and provide his expert analysis. He is also a frequent guest on Sean Hannity’s show, where he has provided commentary on topics such as the US-Iran tensions, North Korea, and the 2020 presidential election.