Brooke Baldwin

"The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men," the CNN anchor said.
"I feel like I’m about to do a backflip off the high dive ... I’m just hoping there is water in the pool," she said weeks after announcing she's leaving the network.
“Yep, we are still in a pandemic, and no, I don’t have a job I’m jumping right into," the anchor said about leaving the network where she held her "dream" position.
The CNN anchor unloaded after the president sent his best to Ghislaine Maxwell, the late pedophile's partner charged in the sex trafficking of young girls.
The bizarre segment neglected to mention Baldwin herself just recovered from COVID-19, which continues to kill thousands of Americans a day.
"I’ve had it. It was not fun," the CNN anchor told a business owner who plans to defy California's stay-at-home order and reopen his barbershops.
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin returned to her show after “scary” coronavirus illness.
The CNN anchor is back to work after a grueling few weeks battling a coronavirus infection.
The CNN anchor dialed in as a guest on her own program to talk about her ongoing recovery.
The CNN anchor gave a grim account of her fevers, aches and tears, but noted the one positive to come of it all.