Liz Wahl is a correspondent who has garnered national and international recognition for her unwavering commitment to journalistic integrity. Following a public resignation from RT (Russia Today), she has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, The View, The Colbert Report, and international news outlets. She has written about her experiences in-depth for POLITICO Magazine.
She was born at Subic Naval Base in the Philippines to a Filipina mother and Hungarian-American father. She was raised in Connecticut and graduated Fairfield University. Her grandparents were Hungarian refugees from the Soviet bloc, who fled the on-coming Soviet invasion during the Hungarian Uprising.
Read Liz Wahl's own words in her Politico article, "I Was Putin's Pawn." This was published in March of 2014.
"I knew I had to quit. I’d been a correspondent for RT—the English-language international cable network funded by the Russian government—for about two and a half years. I’d looked the other way as the network smeared America for the sake of making the Kremlin look better by comparison ..." Read the rest here.