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Rachel Smolkin is an American journalist based in Washington, D.C. She is the Vice President and Executive Editor of CNN Politics, spearheading the network's coverage of politics and Washington across CNN's global digital platforms. [1] [4] [2]


Rachel Smolkin graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science. She went on to attend Columbia University where she studied journalism. [1][4]


Smolkin has created and assembled a nearly 50-person team by drawing on talent from 20 of the nation's top news organizations, including POLITICO , the Washington Post, the New York Times, Yahoo, Bloomberg, and the Los Angeles Times. [1] [4]

After only six months at CNN, Smolkin took CNNPolitics.com to the #1 ranked position for online political news, where it remains today. [1] [4]

Smolkin oversaw the network's digital coverage during the 2016 campaign and the editorial components of CNN Politics' first book: Unprecedented: The Election that Changed Everything. [1] [4]

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Rachel Smolkin on a panel at the University of Miami with Marc Caputo and Michael Putney during the Florida Priorities (moderated by Nancy Ancrum at the University of Miami’s Donna E. Shalala Student Center, uploaded on November 14, 2018)

She joined CNN from Politico, where she served as managing editor of news and oversaw news and enterprise coverage that led the website, as well as the daily news report. Smolkin also served as deputy managing editor and White House editor. Before that, she worked at USA Today, where she supervised the White House and legal affairs teams, and served as managing editor of American Journalism Review. [1] [4]

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