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Michelle Kosinski (born May 6, 1974) is an American journalist who is currently a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).

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  • Michelle Kosinski (born May 6, 1974) is an American journalist who is currently a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski (born May 6, 1974) is an Emmy award winning American journalist who most recently served as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for CNN. Prior to that, she covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career she has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010.
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam.She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was also a correspondent and foreign correspondent, based in London, for NBC News.
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She served as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent at CNN. , covering the State Department, for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was also a correspondent and foreign correspondent, based in London, for NBC News from 2005 until she left to join CNN’s political and national security teams.
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who is currently a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN until 2019. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who appears on the podcast "The Perfect Scam." Previously she was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN until 2019. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist, host, and public speaker. She most recently wrote and hosted the podcast "The Perfect Scam." Previously she was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN and White House Correspondent for CNN. until 2019.She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
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  • Michelle Kosinski (born May 6, 1974) is an American journalist who is currently a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski (born May 6, 1974) is an Emmy award winning American journalist who most recently served as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for CNN. Prior to that, she covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career she has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, sailed on the Amazon and the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak in Mexico. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam.She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, sailed on the Amazon and the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak in Mexico. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, sailed on the Amazon and the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak in Mexico. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the Webby-nominated and top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). In her career Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of CNN and Kosinski's work: "But I also know that that’s not all of CNN, and not only because the analysis, during the day and in the evening, is interspersed with straight news. When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast The Perfect Scam with Frank Abagnale, the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She left CNN after serving as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent covering the State Department for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was also a correspondent and foreign correspondent, based in London, for NBC News. In her career, Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks and plots in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. While at NBC news she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of far-flung travels, she has ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of Kosinski's work: "When I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an Emmy award winning American journalist who writes and hosts the top-rated news and tech podcast, The Perfect Scam, with Frank Abagnale, who was the real-life inspiration for the film "Catch Me If You Can." She served as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent at CNN. , covering the State Department, for three years. Prior to that, Kosinski covered the Obama White House. She was also a correspondent and foreign correspondent, based in London, for NBC News from 2005 until she left to join CNN’s political and national security teams. In her career, Kosinski has travelled to more than 60 countries, including Afghanistan during the US war, Pakistan after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. She has covered numerous world events such as the Arab Spring, terrorist attacks in Europe, economic crises in Spain and Greece, the death of Nelson Mandela, Hurricane Katrina, and mass shootings in the United States. Kosinski covered the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki and the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi. Among stories Kosinski has broken are the Obama White House's calling the fight against ISIS a war, details of the Trump administration's talks with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being shamed by the White House, Tillerson's refusal to support Ivanka Trump on a foreign trip, and allegations of misuse of Diplomatic Security under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. During her time at NBC News, she extensively covered European politics, the trials of Amanda Knox and Oscar Pistorius, the Virginia Tech tragedy, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the 2008 US presidential election, for which she won an Emmy. In her years of travels, she ventured into jungles, swam in the Amazon and sailed on the Nile, climbed into the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid, viewed the northern lights above the Arctic Circle, ran to safety following a strong aftershock in Haiti, entered smuggling tunnels in Gaza, lived on the bayou during the BP oil spill, attended "gladiator school" in Rome, attempted to learn to surf with a rogue-wave hunter in South Africa, slept in a haunted hotel in Northern England, and drove into rural Mexico to interview "patient one" during the Swine Flu outbreak. In 2019, the Columbia Journalism review said of Kosinski's work: "I covered foreign affairs for BuzzFeed News’ national security desk (RIP), I attended the State Department press briefings. And I’d see Michelle Kosinski, CNN senior diplomatic correspondent, whose questions to the State spokesperson at the time, Heather Nauert, were hard hitting, pointed and unrelenting."
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who is currently a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN until 2019. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist who appears on the podcast "The Perfect Scam." Previously she was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN until 2019. She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009).
  • Michelle Kosinski is an American journalist, host, and public speaker. She most recently wrote and hosted the podcast "The Perfect Scam." Previously she was a Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN and White House Correspondent for CNN. until 2019.She was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London (2010–2014); before that she was a correspondent based in Miami (2005–2009). She has covered numerous international news stories including the US war in Afghanistan, the Arab Spring, the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the Haiti earthquake, the BP oil spill, the Virginia Tech shootings, the Obama White House, the tenure and firing of Rex Tillerson, et al.
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