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NBC NEWS SENIOR WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT; HOST, MSNBC’S “HALLIE JACKSON REPORTS”
Hallie Jackson is the senior Washington correspondent for NBC News, covering the biggest stories from our nation’s capital, and hosts the 3 p.m. hour of “MSNBC Reports.” Jackson is a fill-in anchor for “NBC Nightly News” and “TODAY” and her reporting appears across all NBC News and MSNBC platforms and NBCNews.com.
In February 2020, Jackson co-moderated the NBC News and MSNBC Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nev., the most watched Democratic presidential debate in history with nearly 20 million viewers.
Previously, Jackson was NBC News’ Chief White House Correspondent covering President Donald Trump’s administration, from the inauguration through the impeachment trial and the 2020 election. Jackson traveled with the president for every key international trip, including the summits with Kim Jong Un and the anniversary of D-Day in Normandy.
In 2021, Jackson became the host of the 3 p.m. hour on MSNBC, where she brings well-sourced updates and breaks down key developments from Washington. She previously hosted the 10 a.m. hour on MSNBC since 2017.
While reporting on the 2016 campaign trail, Jackson consistently broke developments in the election cycle and scored exclusive interviews with several GOP candidates including Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio and Ben Carson.
Before covering politics for the network, Jackson reported from NBC News’ Los Angeles bureau for a year.
Prior to joining the network in 2014, Jackson was a national correspondent for Hearst Television in Washington, D.C., providing daily coverage of political and national events for its 26 affiliates across the country. She has also worked for WFSB-TV in Hartford, Conn. and was a general assignment reporter for WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Md.
Jackson, a native of Yardley, Pa., graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a bachelor’s degree in political science.