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Jamal Nkosi Simmons
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Born July 20, 1971 (1971-07-20) (age 38)
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Education B.A. Morehouse College, M.P.P. Harvard University
Occupation Journalist
Notable credit(s) CNN
[jamalsimmons.com Official website]

Jamal Simmons is a journalist who is notable for being a television correspondent for CNN[1]. Simmons graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Morehouse College and a Master's degree in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.[2]

Background

Simmons served as chief of staff to U.S. Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick and as a political aide to U.S. Trade Representative and Commerce Secretary Mickey Kantor.[3] Simmons was press secretary to Senator Bob Graham and General Wesley K. Clark's presidential campaigns, and has worked in various capacities for President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore[4].

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Jamal Simmons (1970-07-20) is a journalist who is notable for being a television correspondent for CNN.

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  • If my aunt had a male appendage, she'd be my uncle.
Simmons on CNN, talking about all the "if" posits by the Clinton campaign regarding the rules (If we followed Republican primary rules, if Michigan and Florida were seated, if we looked at the national polls, if we looked at the big states)... So Simmons said "If my aunt had a male appendage, she'd be my uncle," he was saying "if things were different, they'd be different," featured on The Daily Show. 2008-05-08 [1]
  • I think nobody really loves America more than black Americans, because black Americans loved America even when America didn’t love us back
Simmons at the Canadian-American Business Council luncheon. 2008-11-13 [2]
  • ...Everybody ran around like kids sucking on Pixie Stix having a sugar high. They were so excited, the Republicans. So what happens after your sugar high is you come to the crash. And the crash is where we are now, and people realize that John McCain didn't really know Sarah Palin when he chose her. And now that she's on the ticket, nobody has any real confidence that she's ready to be President.
On Sarah Palin featured on Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell, 2008-10-21 [3]

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