October 21, 2023

Brett Baier Asking $32M For DC Home

Bret Baier appears ready to leave his home in Washington, D.C.

He's asking a pretty penny to do so.

Are you ready for this?

Bret Baier is asking $31,900,000 for the 16,250-square-foot house.

It would set a record for the city if Baier gets his asking price.

Boy, looks like I went into the wrong career.

Instead of writing by myself at my computer, I should have just become a television star with a $32,000,000 mansion.

The house is newly built, but Bret won't be needing it much longer.

He's moving to Florida.

Baier had lived in the home for just over a year with his family, but they've decided they need more sun and sand than D.C. can provide. They're moving to Palm Beach, Florida.

Perhaps Baier is looking to recoup some of his recent investment in his Sunshine State property.

Reports indicate that Bret and his family have spent at least $37,000,000 on their new Florida retreat.

Bret apparently became enamored with Florida during the pandemic, when he and his family would travel there to escape some of the repressive restrictions that were in place elsewhere in the country.

"I fell in love with the place," Bret said. "The move to Florida was a great adventure for our family, and the boys fell in love with it."

Good for Bret, I guess, but this is a situation with which many regular Americans are going to have trouble connecting.

How do you feel about somebody as rich as Baier supposedly representing normal people like us on television each night?

Do you think that he is the definition of the American dream to which we should all aspire?

Or, by now, is he too out of touch with the lifestyle of the people on whose behalf he's supposed to be asking questions?

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