WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBSMiami) — CBS News has named Margaret Brennan moderator of ‘Face The Nation.’READ MORE: Florida Gator Hunt Lottery Draws Record Applicants
It was announced today by David Rhodes, President of CBS News.
Brennan will assume the permanent role on Sunday, Feb. 25th, and will continue in her position as senior foreign affairs correspondent based in Washington, D.C.READ MORE: Fatal Oakland Park Crash Involving 3 Vehicles Under Investigation
Brennan has reported on politics, international affairs and global markets since 2002. She joined CBS News in 2012 and has been White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent since 2017, working with Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief Christopher Isham.
‘Face The Nation’ is one of the longest-running traditions in television,” said Rhodes. “Margaret’s coverage of the White House and the world make her the ideal moderator for this legendary CBS News franchise at this moment in time.”
Since 2012, Brennan has been based in Washington and has reported on the Trump administration, and previously President Obama’s administration, for all CBS News programs. Previously, Brennan covered the State Department for four years, where she reported on major national security stories including nuclear negotiations with Iran; restoration of diplomatic ties with Cuba; the standoff with North Korea; the conflict in Ukraine; and the accord to transfer control of Syria’s chemical weapons.MORE NEWS: Florida's Jobless Rate Dips To 3 Percent
Prior to joining CBS News, Brennan spent a decade covering the global financial markets. Brennan anchored and reported for Bloomberg Television globally. Previously, she was a correspondent at CNBC with a focus on the consumer during the financial crisis. She also contributed to various NBC News programs. Brennan began her career as a producer for CNBC’s “Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser.”