Born on 14th February, 1968, Scott McClellan is a prominent former White House Secretary for the President, George W. Bush. He is also recognized for being an author of ‘What Happened’. Scott was born in Austin, Texas, United States of America and carries an American nationality. He was born to parents, Carole Keeton Sytrahorn who was a former Texas State Comptroller and his father; Barr McClellan was an attorney and independent Texas gubernatorial candidate. He has siblings named Mark McClellan. Regarding his education, he completed his graduation from the ‘Austin High School’. He held the responsibility of student council president while studying at high school. He held his University degree from the ‘The University of Texas at Austin’. Initially, he served as a chief of staff to ‘Texas State Senator’. After some year, Karen Hughes appointed him as a George W. Bush’s ‘deputy communications director’.
During the time of 2000 Presidential election, McClellan worked as a travelling press secretary. After a year of that, he was appointed as a White House Deputy Press Secretary. McClellan again promoted to White House Press Secretary on 15th July, 2003 where he replaced Ari Fleischer. After serving three years as Press Secretary, he resigned that position on 19th April, 2006. In 2008, he criticized about Bush Administration in his memoir titled ‘What Happened’. Scott came to the media attention when he criticized Bush administration. He also accused on his book claiming Bush of being self-deception and maintaining permanent campaign approach. While giving an interview to Kieth Olbermann on 9th June, 2008, he talked about the issue regarding Iraq War planning. After making criticism, Press Secretary Dana Perino responded to him with giving an answer to him about he experienced his work at White House. She replied that she was puzzled and that was the different Scott she knew. Some more criticizers to mentioned about McClellan’s book was ‘Karl rove’, ‘Dan Barlett’, ‘Ari Fleischer’ and ‘Mary Matalin’. On 25th October, 2008 Scott endorsed current President of United States, Barack Obama for the presidential election on CNN’s show called ‘D.L. Hughley Breaks the News’.
Significance to his personal life, the renowned former Press Secretary of White House is a married man. He got married to the beautiful lady named Jill Martinez in November 2003. It has been twelve years of their marriage and still there is no news published about going through divorce between the couple. It seems that the couple are having a good time with each other. From his marriage life with wife, Martinez he is blessed with a son. Scott is mostly being news of the media and critics for his memoir ‘What Happened’. Besides this, he never became the highlight of media with his external link ups and relationship news. He has been proved to be an ideal husband and a father. At the present time, he is believed to be living a successful marriage life with his wife and a son.
This 47 years age former Press Secretary has gained both popularity and became a part of criticism for his comments on President Bush on his book. Scott is a good-looking man with the height of 5 feet 9 inches. He was longest Press Secretary who works under the President, George W. Bush. He has achieved a lot of recognition for his good work as a Press Secretary. McClellan must have earned considerable amount of net worth and property from his working career as a Press Secretary at White House. However, there is not any specific amount he has mentioned in the public and media yet. More additional information about him can be gathered from the Wikipedia and other web sites like twitter and Facebook.