Natasha Bertrand – born May 12, 1992 – is a White House reporter for CNN covering national security.
Bertrand began her career at Business Insider as an intern in 2014 before being appointed as a political correspondent mainly covering US foreign policy and national security.
During her time at Business Insider she also reported on the Steele dossier.
American journalist Erik Wemple criticised Bertrand and wrote that she gave undue credibility to the dossier.
She joined The Atlantic as a staff writer in February 2018; shortly thereafter, was named a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.[
Bertrand became a national security correspondent for Politico in 2019.
She was among the writers covering the US intelligence community and the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.
Bertrand joined CNN as a White House reporter covering national security in April 2021.
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