Jessica Yellin Is CNN's New Chief White House Correspondent

Assumes new role after Ed Henry's move to Fox News

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CNN has announced a new chief White House correspondent. Jessica Yellin is taking over the post from Ed Henry, who left CNN to become chief White House correspondent at Fox News last week. Henry is the second high-profile CNN reporter to jump to Fox this year.  

Yellin was previously a national political correspondent at CNN, where she frequently reported for Wolf Blitzer's The Situation Room. She joined CNN from ABC News in 2007, where she'd worked as a White House correspondent.

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