Yamiche Alcindor Wiki, Yamiche Alcindor Bio
Yamiche Léone Alcindor is an American journalist who currently is the White House correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and as a political contributor to NBC News and MSNBC. In the past, she has worked as a reporter for USA Today and The New York Times. Alcindor has written mainly about politics and social issues. She is also a contributor for NBC News and MSNBC often appearing on a number of shows including Morning Joe, Andrea Mitchell Reports, The Rachel Maddow Show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, and Meet the Press with Chuck Todd, according to Yamiche Alcindor’s biography on PBS NewsHour website.
At Sunday’s coronavirus press briefing, held in the Rose Garden of the White House in front of a smattering of reporters and government officials, all practicing social distancing, President Donald Trump made some startling announcements. In addition to backing away from his earlier proclamation that the country would be back to normal by Easter, and instead of announcing that the country would be under shelter-in-place orders through the end of April, he soberly predicted that at least 200,000 Americans might die from COVID-19 during the current pandemic, adding that the reason that number wasn’t higher was that his administration had “done a very good job.”
But the most charged moment of the press conference was when Yamiche Alcindor, the White House correspondent for PBS Newshour and a former reporter for The New York Times, asked the president why he had recently said that some state governors might not need as much medical equipment as they had requested from the federal government to fight the frighteningly rapid spread of COVID-19. (On Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel show last Thursday, Trump said: “I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators,” an apparent reference to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent claim that the state needed 30,000 ventilators.
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Yamiche Alcindor Age
Yamiche Alcindor was born in 1986/1987, in Miami, Florida, United States.
Yamiche Alcindor Education
Alcindor earned a bachelor’s in English, government and African American studies from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in broadcast news and documentary filmmaking from New York University.
Yamiche Alcindor Early Career
After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in 2009, she began her first full-time job as a News Reporter at Newsday. She did several internships including at The Seattle Times, The Miami-Herald, and The Washington Post.
Yamiche Alcindor Career
Previously, Alcindor worked as a national political reporter for The New York Times where she covered the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders as well as Congress.
In 2017, she won an award in a tribute to Ifill during Syracuse University’s Toner Prize ceremony. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and was named the organization’s “Emerging Journalist of the Year” in 2013.
Yamiche Alcindor Husband Nathaniel Cline
Yamiche Alcindor has been married to her husband Nathaniel Cline since March 3, 2018.
Yamiche Alcindor Parents
Alcindor is the daughter of Haitian immigrants who met while attending Boston College. Her father hails from Plaisance, and mother, Saint-Louis-du-Nord, according to Defining Cultures.
Yamiche Alcindor Nationality
She is of Haitian-American nationality.
Yamiche Alcindor Instagram
Yamiche Alcindor’s Instagram account (@yamiche) is set to private. She also goes by the name Yamiche Léone Alcindor Cline.
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