Jessica Yellin is set to leave CNN after six years, according to media reports.
Yellin, who joined the network from ABC, was its White House correspondent until August, when a D.C. bureau shuffle moved her to the newly created domestic-affairs beat. At the time, CNN framed this as a promotion, saying Yellin would also fill in as a substitute anchor.
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Apparently, Yellin wasn’t thrilled with the move, as she has reportedly split with the network she joined in 2007 as a Capitol Hill correspondent, then a national political correspondent. She’s been lying low on Twitter lately; a usually frequent tweeter, she hasn’t posted anything since Sept. 29.
Yellin is the second CNN correspondent to leave in two days. Ari Fleischer’s departure was announced on Tuesday.
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CNN did not respond to multiple requests for comment, nor did its D.C. bureau answer its phones.
TVNewser was the first to report the news.