Sara Murray is a political reporter in Washington, DC. she works in news programs like Inside Politics, CNN Newsroom, and CNN Right Now.
|Date of Birth:||March 31, 1985|
|Age (as in 2022):||37 years|
|Birthplace:||Mount Pleasant, South Carolina|
|Hometown:||Mount Pleasant, South Carolina|
|College:||University of Maryland|
|Husband & Marriage|
|Marriage Date:||April 2017|
|Networth & Money|
|Networth (approx.)||$1 - $ 5 Million|
Facts About Sara Murray
Sarah Murray was born on March 31, 1985, in Mount Pleasant.
She was also well known as the head of the video team for The Wall Street Journal.
Before joining the video team, She covered Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential bid, highlighting the inner workings of the campaign’s top brass and breaking news about the candidate’s private comments to major donors.
During her tenure at The Wall Street Journal, Murray covered Congress’s failed attempt to reform the US immigration system in 2013.
She also spent years in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and the economic fallout that followed.
She graduated from the University of Maryland.
After school, She moved to New York City, where She worked for the Wall Street Journal, covering the 2008 financial crisis and Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign; She later served as an anchor for her digital network.
She is currently focused on the Russia investigation into President Donald Trump.
In April 2017, she married MSNBC reporter Garrett Hack in Austin, Texas. They have since separated.
She lives in Washington, DC.
Sara Murray CNN
She joined CNN in 2015 to cover the broad Republican field and most recently served as the network’s correspondent at the White House.
Sarah primarily covers the Washington investigations and works closely with the CNN Department of Justice team.
Murray joined CNN from The Wall Street Journal, where she worked as an anchor for its digital network in New York.
She covered Republican candidates in the 2016 presidential campaign.
|Inside Politics||Self Correspondent||4||2017-2019|
|CNN Newsroom||Self Correspondent||18||2017-2020|
|CNN Right Now||Self Correspondent||5||2018-2019|