CNN continues to label her as a “Republican Strategist” on her CNN profile, still attempting to prop up that suspect label even in the face of this potential conflict of interest.
CNN host Jake Tapper asked Navarro in April 2019 about her personal preference for a Democratic presidential candidate.
Navarro stated she would vote for a “potted cactus” over President Donald Trump, also confessing to Tapper she would not be voting in the Democratic Party primary because she’s still a registered Republican. But she did say she “could enthusiastically support” Biden amongst other candidates.
Navarro also donated $250 to Sen. Martha McSally’s [R-AZ] Democrat challenger Mark Kelly (D) January 17. This came as Navarro made an open call on Twitter the same day of the donation blasting McSally for calling out CNN’s Manu Raju as a “liberal hack.” Navarro made an appeal to her followers to donate to Kelly’s campaign, vowing that she had done the same: “Join me in donating to @ShuttleCDRKelly’s campaign. markkelly.com.” On her donation record to Kelly, she listed CNN, ABC and Telemundo as her employer.
Navarro also donated at least $361.14 to failed presidential candidate Kamala Harris back in July, 2019. In response to reporting on Navarro’s donation to Harris, Navarro took to Twitter in an attempt to deflect away from the conflict of interest:
Oh, no. I’ve been caught! I bought shirts from @KamalaHarris website to give to young women in my life, so they know little girls of color can grow-up to be Presidential candidates or anything else they dream. My god-daughter, Julia & sister, Gloria, wear them proudly.
Hang up the “Republican strategist” label, Ana.
When reached for comment, CNN responded that their political commentators support a variety of candidates and talk about their support online and on television. CNN also said their commentators may donate money or money to the causes and candidates they care about.
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