The man who supports the Republican Party started his career from the 1990s as a staffer on Spencer Abraham's 1994 Senate campaign, then he worked for Senator Connie Mack and during that time he caught the attention of Weekly Standard editor William Kristol, who introduced him to the neoconservative group affiliated with George W. Bush. After that, he was an investment banker at the Carlyle Group from 2001 to 2003. Senor worked for Iraq during the 2003 Invasion of Iraq and fighting as a Pentagon and White House adviser based in Doha, Qatar and later in Kuwait. He also worked for Romney campaign as a foreign policy adviser to U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney. And he is the co-author of Start-up Nation with his brother-in-law Saul Singer.
The list of his other works includes- he has authored many pieces for The New York Times, The Washington Post, the New York Post, and The Weekly Standard. He also hosted the two investigative documentaries for Fox News. Currently, he is working for non-profit America Abroad Media on the advisory board.
The man who is much interested in politics married his wife Campell Brown in April 2006, editor in chief of The 74. The couple together has two children. There is not a small scratch in their married relation so there is not a chance of them getting a divorce. The father of Campell is former Louisiana Ins. Commissioner and Secretary of State James H. "Jim" Brown, a Democrat.
Senor is at his age of 44 years. He holds American nationality and white ethnicity. He is very active on Twitter and has more than seventeen thousand followers. His net worth is estimated at millions of dollars.