One way or another, Malveaux is hardly the only longtime veteran of the network to call it quits in recent months. Some, such as former CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr and anchor Ana Cabrera, paved the way for Malveaux to leave by choice. Others, such as the aforementioned Cuomo, Brian Stelter, Chris Cillizza and the entire HLN network, had no such luck when it came to having a say in their employment. One thing worth noting: Malveaux may be leaving CNN, but it’s unlikely the last time she will be, at the very least, tangentially related to politics. Her partner is White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
Natalia Zarytska tells me she has not heard from her husband since he surrendered to Russian forces one week ago. She is wrecked with worry as she imagines the worst. pic.twitter.com/zDPJsrOxxj— Suzanne Malveaux (@SuzanneMalveaux) May 26, 2022
It is unlikely we will see CNN going belly-up in the near future, as there’s just too much money behind the network. But if this hemorrhaging of long-time employees (and viewers) keeps up, the Cable News Network may have to change its name to the Culled News Network. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
NEW: Karine Jean-Pierre’s longtime partner, CNN journalist Suzanne Malveaux, announced her departure from the network. Malveaux’s relationship with Jean-Pierre raised ethical questions, which the White House avoided addressing publicly. Via @CAndersonMO https://t.co/UuskBnCP98— Washington Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) January 6, 2023