Erin Burnett

TV Show Host

Erin Burnett was born in Mardela Springs, Maryland, United States on July 2nd, 1976 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 46, Erin Burnett biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Erin Isabelle Burnett, The Street Sweetie
Date of Birth
July 2, 1976
United States
Place of Birth
Mardela Springs, Maryland, United States
46 years old
Zodiac Sign
$20 Million
$6 Million
Journalist, News Presenter
Social Media
Erin Burnett Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 46 years old, Erin Burnett has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Light Blue
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Erin Burnett Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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St. Andrew’s School, Williams College
Erin Burnett Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
David Rubulotta
Dating / Affair
David Rubulotta (2012-Present)
Kenneth King Burnett, Esther Margaret
Erin Burnett Career

Burnett began her career as a financial analyst for Goldman Sachs in their investment banking division, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance. While working as an investment-banking analyst, Burnett was offered a position at CNN as a writer and booker for CNN's Moneyline with Stuart Varney, Willow Bay, and Lou Dobbs. She left the position to serve as vice president of Citigroup's digital media group, CitiMedia.

Following Citigroup, Burnett joined Bloomberg Television as Stocks Editor and anchor. From 2005 to 2011 Burnett was the host of CNBC's Street Signs and co-anchor of Squawk on the Street with Mark Haines.

On August 5, 2009, Burnett used the term "serial killer" in a discussion with her host Jim Cramer regarding a report about the Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's plans to spend millions of dollars on aerial shooting to cull Australian feral camels in the outback. Cramer referred to the reported plan as "camelcide". The next day on the show, Burnett said her comment was meant as a joke.

On December 7, 2010, Burnett presented an investigative report on chemical giant Transammonia doing business in Iran. She reported that a wholly owned subsidiary of Transammonia in the United States purchased ammonia from Iran. On December 13, 2010, as a result of the CNBC report, Transammonia sent a press release to congressional leaders stating that Transammonia's Swiss subsidiary would not enter into new contracts with Iranian companies and would wind down its business with Iran "as soon as possible." The following year, the investigative report was nominated for an Emmy.

Following more than five years with CNBC, Burnett left the network on May 6, 2011, and joined rival news outlet CNN beginning October 3, 2011. There she began headlining her own prime-time news program, called Erin Burnett OutFront, which films at CNN's New York City studios.

Shortly after joining CNN, Burnett aired an October 4, 2011 segment on the Occupy Wall Street protests titled "Seriously?" She was accused by journalism watchdog group Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) of misrepresenting facts about protesters. Journalist Glenn Greenwald reacted in a Salon article detailing bias in Burnett's reporting, which he attributed to her previous work experience on Wall Street as well as her partner's employment with Citigroup. In response to the criticism, CNN issued a statement saying, "We support Erin and the OutFront team and we respect that there will be a range of opinions on any given story."

Burnett stated that President Trump's proposal under the Insurrection Act to use military forces to remove protestors from Lafayette Square would constitute "invoking an act not invoked since 1807 to deploy U.S. military troops on American soil." She later issued a correction, noting that the act has been invoked previously, the last time in 1992.


CNN bosses are calling for patience as views plummet 61% while CEO tries to lose woke credentials, March 30, 2023
CNN's leadership is preaching patience even though thousands of viewers are abandoning the network during its attempted turnaround, with no indication yet whether it will be rewarded. It comes just weeks after new CEO Chris Licht has admitted mistakes in his attempt to rid the network of its 'woke' credentials and rumors that he might be out of the job by Labor Day. Cable news ratings are down across the board compared to 2022, when Russia's invasion of Ukraine was fresh in the news. CNN's dip is most dramatic - 61% in prime time in March, with Fox News Channel down 27% and MSNBC off by 12%, according to the Nielsen company.

CNN anchor: Biden family's $1M in Chinese cash doesn't 'look good', March 19, 2023
CNN anchor Erin Burnett admitted members of the Biden family receiving over one million dollars from various accounts linked to Hunter Biden's Chinese business associates 'doesn't look good.'

CNN anchor admits Biden's family receiving more than $1million in Chinese cash doesn't 'look good', March 19, 2023
CNN anchor Erin Burnett has admitted evidence that members of President Biden's family received over $1million from various accounts linked to son Hunter's Chinese business associates 'doesn't look good' for the First family. During a recent episode of CNN's 'Erin Burnett OutFront,' the host touched on the subpoenaed financial records, which were obtained by the House Oversight Committee.
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