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Brian Edward Fallon Jr. (born c. 1982) is a CNN Political Commentator. Most recently, he was the national press secretary for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, a role he assumed in March 2015.
Fallon graduated cum laude from Harvard, where he covered sports for The Harvard Crimson. During the 2004 presidential election, Fallon worked on the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign as a press aide. During the 2006 Senate election in New Jersey, Fallon served as campaign press secretary to Senator Robert Menendez. Fallon then became chief spokesman for Senator Charles Schumer of New York, and in 2011 additionally became spokesman for the new Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Center. In 2013, Fallon left Schumer's office and moved to the Justice Department, with Attorney General Eric Holder hiring him as the department's director of public affairs.
Fallon joined Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in March 2015, as national press secretary.
In February 2017, he joined CNN as a Political Commentator, based in Washington, D.C.
Fallon is married to Katie Beirne Fallon, the former White House Director of Legislative Affairs and head of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs for the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama.
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