Former CNN anchor Campbell Brown,48, is making it clear how she feels about Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump and her former network's treatment of the candidate.
Brown, who resigned from CNN in 2010, took to Twitter and blasted against her old network and the billionaire businessman.
'This CNN townhall is like nothing I have ever seen -- horrifying lovefest and official Trump endorsement,' Brown first tweeted.
This CNN townhall is like nothing I have ever seen -- horrifying lovefest and official Trump endorsement.— Campbell Brown (@campbell_brown) April 13, 2016
Brown then tweeted: 'His racism and misogyny never came up. Helpful when you are running for president.'
Seemingly still not pleased with how the town hall with the GOP presidential hopeful went, Brown continued tweeting and wrote a series of questions as to what the cable news network should have asked his family in her opinion.
Brown wrote an essay in December saying that Trump is 'not a leader' and labeled him as a 'supreme narcissist'
'He is not a politician. He is not a leader. He is a supreme narcissist, and you can deprive him of the one thing that keeps him going—airtime,' Brown wrote in the conclusion of her essay.
Since leaving CNN after reportedly having low ratings on her prime time show, Brown founded the Educational Justice organization that is a nonprofit organization 'pursuing impact litigation that empowers families and communities to advocate for great public schools by challenging unjust education laws,' according to its website.
With not much information regarding her dating life, it seems like she didn’t have many affairs. She has been married to her husband Daniel Samuel Senor, since 2006. Dan Senor was Mitt Romney's senior foreign policy adviser during the 2012 election campaign. With two children, this family has not been around rumors that suggest towards the couple getting a divorce any time soon.
Although her salary is not disclosed, she has an estimated net worth of $8.5 million dollars. Her popularity can be seen through her large fan following on her Twitter and Instagram accounts.