Nov 09, 2018 / in Media Blog / by Cision Media Research

CNN has become one of the leading cable news voices providing live, ongoing coverage of news. In the last couple of years, the cable network has particularly picked up speed covering politics and the current administration. This week, we rank the most influential CNN White House reporters and correspondents on Twitter. Metrics were pulled on November 9, 2108 and may change over time. 

1. Jim Acosta -- Chief White House Correspondent -- 1,013,016

2. Jeff Zeleny -- Senior White House Correspondent --  268, 324

3. Kaitlan Collins -- White House Correspondent -- 170,139

4. Abby Phillip -- White House Correspondent -- 95,764

5. Jeremy Diamond -- White House Reporter -- 62,863

6. Pamela Brown -- Senior White House Correspondent -- 42,136

7. Kate Bennett -- White House Reporter -- 39,830

8. Sarah Westwood -- White House Correspondent -- 23,525

9. Hunter Schwarz -- White House Reporter -- 20,581

10. Boris Sanchez -- White House Correspondent -- 7,495


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