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Hallie Jackson Biography

Hallie Jackson (Hallie Marie Jackson) is an American News correspondent. She is the Chief White House correspondent for NBC News and also an anchor for its cable division, MSNBC. Hallie is also a fill-in anchor for Today.

Hallie earned her reputation as a tireless and versatile reporter with her coverage of the 2016 Republican primary battle and also the rise of President-elect Donald Trump.

She attended Pennsbury High School from where she graduated in 2002. She then joined John Hopkins University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. degree in political science.

Hallie Jackson Age

Hallie Marie Jackson was born on April 29, 1984 in Yardley, Pennsylvania. She is 34 years old as of 2018.

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Jackson was born to Heldi and David Jackson.

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Hallie got engaged to Doug Hitchner in 2010 and the couple married in 2011. They have two children together.

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Hallie Jackson Separated From Husband?

Since Jackson’s wedding to Doug, they have gone silent on their private life. There is no available information whether the couple is still together or they separated.

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In 2006, Hallie started her journalism career at WBOC-TV in the towns of Salisbury, Maryland and Dover, Delaware. She worked there until her departure for WFSB in the cities of Hartford, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut in 2008. In 2012, her career led her to Hearst Corporation, where she reported for their 26 stations from Washington, D.C.

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In 2014, she became an NBC News reporter and journalist in 2014. There, she covered the Ted Cruz presidential campaign for the network as their embedded reporter. In late summer 2016, she began anchoring the 1 P.M. ET edition of MSNBC Live, NBC News’ daytime coverage platform. NBC named her as its Chief White House correspondent in January 2017. It also stated that she would transition time slots and anchor MSNBC’s 10:00 a.m. hour.

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Her reporting appears on “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt,” “TODAY,” “Meet the Press,” and NBCNews.com.

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Jackson’s email is not yet revealed.

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‘Patently ridiculous’: Former top intel officials hit back at Trump after criticism of bin Laden raid

Published; 19 Nov 2018

Source; https://www.nbcnews.com

Brennan is a senior national security and intelligence analyst for MSNBC and NBC News.

Trump revoked Brennan’s security clearance in August, prompting McRaven to write an opinion article for The Washington Post urging the president to revoke his clearance, as well, so that he could “add my name to the list of men and women who have spoken up against your presidency.”

Clapper, who served as Obama’s director of national intelligence from 2010 to 2017, told CNN Monday that the comments from the president were “kind of typical, unfortunately, of President Trump.”

He added that, “what this really is, rather than its misplaced criticism of Bill McRaven, it’s really a slam at the intelligence community, who was responsible for tracking down Osama Bin Laden.”

“It reflects, I think, his complete ignorance about what that took,” he said.

Meanwhile, Robert O’Neill, a former Navy SEAL who claims to have fired the shots that killed bin Laden, told NBC News’ Hallie Jackson Monday that “what the president said about McRaven” was “a little inaccurate”

“The raid to get Osama bin Laden was not only bipartisan, it was non-partisan. Everybody involved wanted to get him as soon as we could get him,” O’Neill said.

“Admiral McRaven is the reason that my SEAL team got it and Obama approved it. That’s just as simple as it gets,” he added.

In an interview with Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday,” Trump blasted McRaven, who oversaw the raid, as a “Hillary Clinton fan” and said bin Laden should have been captured much sooner, though he did not explain how the Obama administration should have done so. The president made the comments after Wallace asked him about McRaven’s criticism of Trump’s attacks on the press.

Last year, McRaven, who did not make an endorsement in the 2016 presidential election, called Trump’s lambasting of the news media possibly “the greatest threat to democracy in my lifetime” during a speech at the University of Texas.

McRaven responded on Sunday, telling CNN that he did not support Clinton or anyone else in the 2016 election. He emphasized that partisanship did not play a role in his career.

On Monday morning, however, Trump doubled down on his remarks, tweeting that, “Of course we should have captured Osama Bin Laden long before we did.”