Chanel Rion Biography
Chanel Rion is a journalist working for One American News Network (OAN) as the chief White House correspondent also is a political cartoonist as well as a children’s book author.
Chanel Rion Age
Rion was born in Texas, the United States as Chanel Nmi Dayn-Ryan.
Chanel Rion Height
Rion is 5 feet 8 inches/1.7 m tall.
Chanel Rion Family
Rions parents are Dann O. Ryan an American corporate lawyer and her mother a South Korean. Baron is a highly decorated Boy Scout and Channing these two are her siblings. More information about them will be updated soon.
Chanel Rion Husband
Rion is a married woman to Courtland Sykes her husband who is an American politician, he ran for election in 2018, to the U.S Senate to represent Missouri. They both studied in the same college two met at a CIA recruitment event at Havard University for the first time as they both studied at the same college.
Chanel Rion Salary
Rion’s annual salary is $42,000.This is according to OAN salaries to correspondents salaries.
Chanel Rion Net Worth
Rion’s estimated net worth is $200,000.
Chanel Rion Career
Rion works in One American News Network (OAN) as a White House Correspondent, she began working here in 2019 and in January 2020 she was titled the OAN’s chief White House correspondent. In October 2019, she reported that ex-FBI Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page had an affair, but her article was discredited as it didn’t have enough sourcing.
The story was rejected by OAN and later that year, she presented ” Revealed: Ukrainian witnesses destroy Schiff’s case exclusive with Rudy Giuliani”, in December, the series attributed to Rion questioning Rudy Giuliani and other Ukrainian supporters including Yuriy Lutsenko, who support many conspiracy theories connected to the Trump-Ukraine scandal.
Rion hosted Exposing China’s Coronavirus: The Lies, The Fears, and The Unknown on OAN thats in March 2020. Throughout the special, she referred to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which caused the COVID-19 pandemic to the “Chinese Virus”. She compared the “children who were murdered by their mothers through elective abortions each day” to the rising number of Americans dying from the coronavirus on March 30, during the Task Force briefing.
On April 1, 2020, eliminated Rion and The White House Correspondents’ Association OAN from the White House briefing room press, because of violating the Association’s COVID-19 attendance policy. The policy, based on the Center for Disease Control COVID-19 recommendation attributed by the Association, permitted only 14 reporters in the briefing room every day and that all reporters occupy a seat. Correspondents change positions to ensure that they all get access to the briefing while keeping safe distancing. recommendations.