The New York Daily News’ Richard Huff writes about Campbell Brown‘s mold problem. “Just before the inauguration, and after months of struggling with her baby’s unexplained illness, Campbell, her child and her husband, Dan Senor, were forced to flee their mold-ridden apartment without their belongings,” he writes.
“When they said, ‘You need to get your baby and get out now,’ we were able to get out,” said Brown.
The CNN anchor, who takes maternity leave for baby #2 in April, says work “was a diversion” during the ordeal. “That’s the beauty of our jobs…you have a deadline every day,” she said. “Was it a challenge? On certain days, certainly. But we have a great team of people and they’ve been really supportive.”
After living in a hotel since January, the couple plan to a new, mold-free apartment as soon as this weekend.
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