CNN nabs WSJ, WaPo political journos

Wall Street Journal's Sara Murray and Washington Post's Nia-Malika Henderson are both linking up with CNN's campaign team to report for both broadcast and digital platforms. Murray was most recently an anchor, reporter and producer for WSJ Live, where her skills in reporting on Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign should come in handy for her next role. 

"I am so thankful for the 7 amazing years I've had at the WSJ, and I am beyond thrilled to join the rockstar @CNNPolitics team next month!" Murray shares on Twitter.

"Congrats to the fab @saramurray on her move to @CNN's digital politics team. (and @CampnFashionRpt co-conspirator!)" reacts Cathleen Decker of the LA Times.

Meanwhile, Henderson is wrapping up as a political reporter for WaPo's The Fix. She joins CNN as a senior reporter sometime in April.

CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist greets her, "Welcome to @CNNPolitics Nia Malika Henderson. Great political reporter. Great person. Great for @CNN."

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