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CNN Anchor Christi Paul Announces Exit on Air (Video)

@NewDay Weekend co-anchor @Christi_Paul's announcement about giving up the early morning grind and moving home to Ohio – I'm overwhelmed by your goodness! Thank you to @amandacarpenter @brianstelter @MarkHertling @CedricLeighton & ALL of you who let me invade your morning space the last 9 yrs & for the very generous words you're sending! I genuinely appreciate each one of you! xoxo“I just could not be who I needed to be for my family, is what it came down to,” she added. “It’s important work, but at the end of the day, somebody’s going to sit in this seat and I’m going to leave and the show will go on, as it should.

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