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December 7th, 2014
02:07 PM ET

Candy Crowley to leave CNN after 27 years

At the end of Sunday's program, Brian Stelter noted a number of media news items, including Candy Crowley's decision to leave CNN.

Crowley has had "27 brilliant years" at the network, Stelter said. She has anchored "State of the Union" for the past four years.

She told him, "After 27 years, I want to do something new, someplace new. I knew I had to leap before the next election got started in earnest, because I am a moth and elections are my flame. I worried when 2016 really got underway, I couldn't bring myself to leave."


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  1. duff crary

    In my opinion, Candy Crowley will soon start working or actively supporting Hillary Clinton's election campaign(s), and once or if Mrs. Clinton is elected, Candy may end up in some publicity or news position for the Clinton administration.
    That, in my opinion again, would include becoming White House Press Secretary.

    December 8, 2014 at 7:32 pm | Reply

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