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NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, & Telemundo Covering Joe Biden Trip to Europe

Biden will be heading to Belgium and Poland, where NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, and Telemundo are on the ground providing special coverage

Eduardo Razo

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President Joe Biden will be traveling to Europe this week, heading to Belgium and Poland, where NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, and Telemundo are on the ground providing special coverage of the trip. 

The commander-in-chief will be in Brussels and Warsaw, meeting with NATO allies, G7 and European Union leaders, and Polish President Andrzej Duda amid Russia’s ongoing attack on Ukraine.

NBC News will kick off the coverage with Lester Holt, who will anchor special editions of “NBC Nightly News live from Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday. Holt then heads to Warsaw, where he will anchor the flagship newscast on Friday.

Chief foreign affairs correspondent and senior Washington correspondent for NBC News, Andrea Mitchell, is going to follow a similar schedule to Holt this week as she anchors MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports live from Brussels and Warsaw this week.

The chief White House correspondent for NBC News, Kristen Welker, will anchor “MSNBC Reports at 9 a.m. ET live from Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday.

For CNBC, senior White House correspondent Kayla Tausche is going to be on the ground from Brussels for CNBC’s Business Day programming and “The News with Shepard Smith.

Finally, on the Telemundo side of things, Noticias Telemundo senior Washington correspondent Cristina Londoño will deliver on-the-ground reporting from Brussels and Warsaw with reports on Telemundo’s morning show “hoyDía” and the network’s news programs.

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ABC News Executive Editor Stacia Deshishku to Depart

She becomes the latest leader to leave the company after a restructuring from The Walt Disney Company earlier this year.

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ABC News has announced Executive Editor Stacia Deshishku will exit the network on Friday, June 28th.

She becomes the latest leader to leave the company after a restructuring from The Walt Disney Company earlier this year. Former ABC News President Kim Godwin left the network in May after an investigation into her practices was set to commence.

Deshishku worked closely with producers of World News Tonight, This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Nightline, Good Morning America, and The View, among others of the network’s programs.

Before joining ABC, Deshishku worked as CNN’s director of coverage. She led the network’s White House unit and also oversaw breaking news coverage during her tenure at the cable news network.

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MSNBC, Newsmax, NewsNation to Simulcast CNN Debate, Report Claims

None of the networks have publicly announced their intention to partner with CNN.

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As CNN makes preparations to host the first presidential debate next week, it has added several partners to simulcast the event. A new report suggests MSNBC, Newsmax, and NewsNation will join an already growing field of partners.

A report from the Los Angeles Times claims that the CNN debate will be added by MSNBC/NBC News, Newsmax, NewsNation, Scripps News, and Telemundo.

When asked by Barrett News Media if the network was partnering with CNN to broadcast the debate, Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy simply stated “True.”

Those networks would join ABC News — who will host the second presidential debate in September, Fox News, and PBS as simulcast partners. In addition to airing on Fox News, the network will also broadcast the 90-minute event on the Fox Business Network, network FOX, the FOX Nation streaming app, and will provide the debate to its Fox News Radio affiliates.

While the report from the LA Times says that the bevy of networks will also simulcast the event, none of the networks outside of Newsmax have publicly announced their intention to partner with CNN. Barrett News Media has asked each network for comment.

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Fox News to Simulcast CNN Presidential Debate

Fox News Radio will provide a simulcast of Fox News Channel for its post-debate coverage. Jared Halpern and Jessica Rosenthal will anchor coverage on the radio network.

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Fox News has become the latest network to join CNN as a simulcast partner for the upcoming presidential debate.

On Thursday, June 27th, Fox News will join ABC News and PBS as networks simulcasting the 90-minute event produced by CNN.

In its pre-debate coverage, an early edition of Jesse Watters Primetime at 7 PM ET will be followed by a special anchored by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, alongside Dana Perino and Watters. Sean Hannity will be live on location at CNN’s Atlanta studios.

Meanwhile, senior White House correspondent Peter Doocy will provide coverage from the White House while Chad Pergram will discuss how the Commission on Presidential Debates was side-stepped by the Biden and Trump campaigns.

Shannon Bream will anchor coverage on the FOX network between 9-11 PM ET as the debate is aired.

After the debate, Hannity will host a one-hour program before Fox News @ Night with Trace Gallagher takes over coverage on the cable network.

Additionally, Fox News Radio will provide a simulcast of Fox News Channel broadcasting the CNN debate for its radio affiliates. Jared Halpern and Jessica Rosenthal will anchor post-debate coverage on the radio network.

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