Dana Bash Biography
Dana Bash born Dana Ruth Schwartz on June 15, 1971, is an American journalist, anchorwoman and political correspondent for CNN.
Dana Bash Age
She was born on 15th June 1971. She is 47 years old as of 2018.
Dana Bash Family
Bash was born in Manhattan to a Reform Jewish family . Her father was an ABC News producer who served as the senior broadcast producer for Good Morning America and her mother was an author and educator in Jewish studies.
Dana Bash Husband
She was married to former CIA Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash from 1998 to 2007. Later in 2008 she married fellow CNN correspondent John King and separated from him in 2012.
Dana Bash Son
She has a son born in June 2011.
Dana Bash Career
Dana Bash interned at CBS, NBC and CNN, while at college. She then served on senates and politicians as an assistant journalist and then as a news anchor and covered news . She became CNN’s lead political correspondent in Washington D.C. as well as the lead reporter. Focusing on coverage of the U.S. Senate, she also started producing shows .She also produced a handful of CNN’s weekend programs including ‘Evans & Novak,’ ‘Inside Politics with Wolf Blitzer’ and ‘Late Edition.’
In her journalistic career, bash has seen lots of ups and downs . She however, never got tired of working and always gave her best. She eventually became a successful reporter, anchorwoman, and correspondent. She is currently busy with her current projects and is sure to have an even more successful and brighter career in the coming future.
Dana Bash Net Worth
She has a net worth of about $2 million.
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CNN’s Dana Bash Attempted to Sandbag Susan Collins Over Her Kavanaugh Vote. There’s Just One Problem.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), one of the swing votes during now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote, went on CNN’s “State of the Union” to explain how she decided to vote.
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Initially, Collins said she was undecided about how she was going to vote, especially after Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She initially thought Kavanaugh should withdraw from the proceedings. The lack of corroborating evidence and the fundamental right of being innocent until proven guilty ultimately made Collins vote in favor of Kavanaugh.
Instead of accepting Collins’ reasoning, Dana Bash pressed the senator…and even tried to put words in her mouth.
“Do you still think it’s possible that he [Kavanaugh] did it [sexually assaulted women] but you don’t have the proof to back it up?” Bash asked Collins.
“I do not believe Brett Kavanaugh was her assailant. I do believe that she was assaulted. I don’t know by whom, and I’m not certain when, but I do not believe he was the assailant,” Collins replied.
“And so, people watching you, hearing you say that, you understand that they’ll think you’re saying you don’t believe her?” Bash asked.
Bash then went into some mumble jumble about a he-said-she-said scenario in which Collins ultimately decided Kavanaugh was innocent.
Bash’s “interview” with Collins wasn’t an interview at all. If anything, it was a sad attempt at shaming the senator for her vote. Just because Collins voted for Kavanaugh’s confirmation does not mean that she doesn’t believe Dr. Ford. It means she didn’t find any corroborating evidence to suggest Kavanaugh was the assailant. The two conclusions are not a direct result of each other. It is possible to believe that someone was raped without believing that the person they accused was the perpetrator, especially when the accusations come up 30+ years after-the-fact.
CNN should be ashamed of their “journalist” and her so-called quest for the truth.
Here’s a thought: Dana, if you’re going to put Collins on trial for her decision, simply because you disagree with her outcome, then at least be up front about it. Don’t disguise it as an “interview” and make sure you talk to the other 47 senators who voted alongside Sen. Collins. Let’s see how your anti-male, pro-feminism type of questioning stands up over time.
Adopted From: townhall.com