Is Steve Scully leaving C-SPAN?

STEVE Scully is the host and producer of C-SPAN's morning call-in show Washington Journal and The Weekly.

Scully joined C-SPAN in 1990 as political editor and White House producer.

Is Steve Scully leaving C-SPAN?

According to Axios, Scully will be leaving C-SPAN after over 30 years with the news outlet.

Scully's last day with C-SPAN will be July 2.

The 60-year-old will be joining the Bipartisan Policy Center as SVP of communications.

Neither Scully nor C-SPAN have commented on the news of the broadcast reporter's departure.

Scully has covered eight presidential elections for the network.

Since joining C-SPAN, Scully has interviewed every US president since Gerald Ford.

Was Scully placed on administrative leave in 2020?

In 2020, C-SPAN placed Scully on administrative leave after he lied about his Twitter account being hacked.

Scully was set to moderate the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden before it was canceled.

Scully suspension came after a controversial tweet directed at former White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci.

C-SPAN said Scully confessed to lying about the alleged hack.

"He understands that he made a serious mistake," the network said at the time.

"We were very saddened by this news and do not condone his actions."

What is Steve Scully's net worth?

Per Fullcelebs, Scully's net worth is estimated to be $4million.

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