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Trish Regan leaves CNBC

CNBC’s Trish Regan has left the network, TVNewser has learned.

Regan, who co-hosted the 11am show, “The Call” with Melissa Francis and Larry Kudlow, was going to be pulled off the show and asked to stay on as a reporter. Instead, she chose to leave, insiders tell us.

“Her desk is cleared out,” a source says.

“Trish is under contract,” spokesperson Brian Steel tells TVNewser, which means a separation agreement is the next step before Regan can move on to her next TV gig.

In addition to anchoring, Regan reports for CNBC’s documentaries, including the “Marijuana, Inc.” franchise which ranks as the highest-rated documentary on the network. Regan’s book on the subject, “Joint Ventures” comes out next month.

Regan joined CNBC from CBS News in 2007.

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