The fake news media is literally collapsing thanks to Trump’s departure.
On Tuesday, longtime CNN host Brooke Baldwin left her fans shocked when she announced that in the spring she would leave the network, and she didn’t hide the fact that she didn’t have another job lined up.
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On Tuesday, Baldwin opened her show “CNN Newsroom” by saying that in April, she is leaving the network.
“Baldwin said, “There is just more I need to do, more I need to do outside this place, outside this place’s walls, a place I have been privileged to call home for 13 years now. And yep, we’re still going through a pandemic. And no, I don’t have a job where I jump right into it. And yes, I have a very, very insecure feeling. But Brené Brown says,’ Vulnerability is the birthplace of creativity, innovation, and change.’ And I’m so excited about what’s to come.’
So, here it goes: I really hope that you will join me, and in the meantime, until mid-April, I will be right here with you, right here,” she added.” “To the news, then.”
BREAKING: CNN's Brooke Baldwin announces that she is leaving the network in April pic.twitter.com/WmBS3FUjAS
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 16, 2021
Last fall, when a cryptic message she posted on Instagram indicated that she may have been forced off the air, fans got an indication that everything was not well between Baldwin and CNN. This came after CNN announced that host Jake Tapper would be taking over her time slot with an extended weekday show in the lead-up to the 2020 election.
As the election progresses, my hour and his for the coming weeks will be held down by the political maestro @jaketapper. I wish I were with you, but I’ll see you on [TV] on the flip side of the election,’ Baldwin wrote, according to Fox News, on Instagram at the time.
Baldwin replied by maintaining that she is “healthy,” to fans wondering why this was happening.
Why do you take so many weeks off at such a time of great importance? “asked one fan, to which Baldwin replied, “Not my choice.”
Baldwin is a Peabody Award-winner who, according to Deadline, joined CNN back in 2008. She is also the producer and host of CNN’s digital series “American Woman,” apart from her anchoring duties on the network, which focuses on the experiences of trailblazing women who have broken down barriers in different fields.