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Suzanne Malveaux, an American journalist who is rarely seen with a male, has long been suspected of being gay, but the fact has always been kept secret from the public. However, the gay accusations reappeared after she adopted a one-week-old daughter.

The award-winning journalist is a national reporter for CNN, where he covers politics, national news, foreign events, and more.

From reporting Hurricane Katrina to receiving multiple awards, the 51-year-old journalist’s career is one of the most recognized in the world.

Suzanne’s net worth and professional career

Suzanne has a sizable net worth as a result of her successful work as a writer. The specific data, however, have yet to be published. What is known is that she earns a salary of $150 thousand a year as a CNN national correspondent.

Suzanne began her career as a general assignment reporter for New England Cable News in 1992 and later worked as a correspondent for NBC News in Washington and Chicago.

She covered key stories for NBC, including Bill Clinton’s impeachment, the presidential elections of 2000, and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. But it wasn’t until she joined CNN in 2002 that her career reached its pinnacle: she traveled to Europe, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East with presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

In 2011, on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the Harvard graduate joined US forces in Afghanistan and successfully covered Taliban strikes on the American embassy.

The Gracie Award, Peabody award, DuPont award, and television’s most prestigious accolade, the Emmy award, have all been given to her for her bold and clear style of journalism.

Suzanne Malveaux’s Bio, Ethnicity, Height

Suzanne has a fairer complexion that might be mistaken for tanned white skin and naturally brown hair, so people are unlikely to assume she is a woman of color based on her appearance.

She, on the other hand, claims to be black, even though she is of Louisiana French Creole ancestry, which is descended from French, Spanish, and African ancestors. Floyd J. Malveaux, a distinguished African American doctor, and Myrna Maria Ruiz, a school teacher, are her parents.

The Root, a website dedicated to black news and concerns, has named her one of the “most important young African Americans.”

Suzanne is a little shorter than the usual American woman.

Is Suzanne Marveaux married or unmarried? Gay rumors abound!

People have always suspected Suzanne is a lesbian because she is rarely seen dating men (or women for that matter).

People speculated that Suzanne Malveaux, a CNN employee, would be the next to reveal her preference for a same-sex partner after CNN’s Anderson Cooper came out as gay— CNN’s Don Lemon had done so a year previously.

The unmarried journalist didn’t come out with a same-sex relationship, so she did the next best thing for the gossip mill: she adopted a newborn daughter while remaining unmarried and without a partner, as far as the public knew.

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Suzanne Malveaux is adopting without a partner for a variety of reasons

The thing that the ‘fake news media often misses is that for a woman with Suzanne’s strong sense of independence, the need for a spouse might not be all that crucial. Adoption of a daughter could just indicate that she desires a child but has yet to find the proper spouse.

Suzanne Malveaux celebrates single parenthood and her first mother’s day with her baby child (photo courtesy of Suzanne Malveaux’s Twitter)

Suzanne doesn’t seem to need to be married or even have a partner, regardless of her sexual orientation, because she has a large enough salary at CNN to support both herself and her kid.

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