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Norah O’Donnell takes over Erica Hill’s co-host spot on ‘CBS This Morning’

CBS News will swap out Erica Hill for White House Correspondent Norah O’Donnell on its morning infotainment show “CBS This Morning.” O’Donnell, who has been CBS News’ Chief White House Correspondent since June 2011, will leave the White House to assume her new role, but will continue as the principal substitute anchor for “Face the Nation.” She also will will continue to report for all CBS News broadcasts and platforms.
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