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Suzette Malveaux (Suzanne’s Twin) to Lead Briefing

The American Constitution Society (ACS) hosts a briefing tomorrow at the National Press Club on AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion, which will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Nov. 9.

But that’s not what’s interesting.

Turns out the moderator for the briefing is Suzette Malveaux, an associate law professor at Catholic University and identical twin to CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux. The briefing is at noon and will happen over lunch. The event is free, but RSVP is required.

Fishbowl’s Finest: Suzanne Malveaux

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If you like this broadcast beauty, you’re in luck because she’s filling in for Wolf Blitzer this week in the “Situation Room.” At 43 years of age, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux is not the youngest on our list but she certainly is one of the most beautiful.

But it’s not just good looks that helped Suzanne climb to the top of her game. With a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University (she graduated cum laude) and a master’s from the Columbia School of Journalism, Malveaux serves up just as much in brains as she does in beauty. That’s why Suzanne Malveaux is one of “Fishbowl’s Finest” 2010.

Fun fact: Suzanne has an identical twin sister, Suzette.

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Quote(s) of the Day

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Educating senators on weed usage

“How many of current 100 senators wld be familiar w basic mechanics of a bong?”
- Politico‘s Jonathan Martin regarding candidate Rand Paul’s alleged marijuana involvement in college.

ANGRY JOURNOS

“When did we start all this ‘rising sophomore’ and ‘rising junior’ bullshit when identifying college and high school students? Rise this.”
-WaPo‘s Hank Stuever in recent tweet.

“Always annoying when reporters subscribe to their little elitist group think instead of actually, yah know, doing reporting.”
- GastroNomlaies’s blogger and creator Ali Savino on Twitter Monday.

“Working out all the kinks in my computer. Uugghhh!!!”
- CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux on Twitter Monday.

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Quote(s) of the Day

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Writing, wilting in the garden

“95 degrees outside in rose garden. we were wilting.”
–CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux in a Wednesday tweet.

Hydrating Patraeus

“As @samsteinhp points out, our new national security priority is to keep General Petraeus hydrated.”
HuffPost’s Eat the Press Editor Jason Linkins on Twitter of Sam Stein, his HuffPost colleague.

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White House Presser Picks CBS’s Knoller and CNN’s Malveaux

In the Obama/Karzai presser transpiring today at the White House, they took two questions from American press and two from the foreign press.

The lucky reporters?

Obama called on CBS Radio’s Mark Knoller and CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux.

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Three Generations of Malveaux Women Walking for a Cure

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Malveaux with her mother, twin sister and niece.

Tomorrow will be quite the day for White House correspondent Suzanne Malveaux.

She, along with her mom, twin sister, Suzette, and niece, Nailah, will be walking tomorrow and Sunday in the Avon Breast Cancer Walkathon. That’s 26.2 miles of walking for a cure by three generations of Malveaux women. Suzanne will sneak off tomorrow evening attend the famed dinner and then return to the camp site for a full day of walking on Sunday.

Read more details here.

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Quote of the Day

“My producer Jeff and I just arrive to Jakarta. The hot air hits us like a thick sauna wave. 88 degrees. Meet our driver Oki. On our way!”–CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux in a tweet Thursday night

Note to readers: I’m cutting out early today, but I’ll see you back here on Monday.

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Toast of the Town: Corke’s Goodbye DC, Hello Miami Party

Former NBC White House correspondent Kevin Corke said adios to DC and hola to South Beach with a Latin-inspired celebration at Lima last night. He’s moving to Miami for a gig as NBC 6/WTVJ’s main anchor.

The party was hosted by Corke’s former NBC colleagues Kerri Forrest, Allison Kaminsky Putala and yours truly, Christine Delargy, and his former ESPN colleague Melissa Jacobs, who’s now blogging at TheFootballGirl.com.

A big contingency from Corke’s NBC days came out, including former NBC Washington bureau chief Wendy Wilkinson, former NBC correspondent Jeannie Ohm, former White House producer Tammy Kupperman Thorp and Sarah Irwin, who’s now at Reuters, as well as plenty of current NBC-ers like Luke Russert and prods Carl Sears and Adam Verdugo.

Some friends from the White House press corps were also in attendance: ABC’s John Hendren, Reuters’ Jon Decker, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux and Kathleen Koch and Politico‘s Nia-Malika Henderson, as well as Tony Fratto and Stuart Siciliano from the Bush White House.

Also: Pamela Punch’s Pamela Sorensen (check out her write-up here), Neil Grace, Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis, CBS’ Kaylee Hartung and Frank Thorp, and a strong showing from Corke’s frat brothers!


Corke and party hostesses.

More party pics after the jump…

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Hudson Previews Performance (and Sings!) in the “Situation Room”

In an interview with CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux this afternoon, Jennifer Hudson said she’s “honored” and “excited,” but not nervous yet, to perform at the White House tonight.

Hudson revealed a little bit about her State Dinner performance as well- she’ll be singing “The Very Thought of You,” “What a Difference a Day Makes,” and “Somewhere.” Malveaux even coaxed her into a sneak peek “for those of us who don’t have tickets”– Hudson sang a few bars in the “Situation Room.”

The nerves may not have kicked in quite yet for tonight’s big performance, but they have for another big event… Hudson’s first Thanksgiving home-cooked meal. “I’m actually more nervous about fixing my first Thanksgiving meal than I am about singing at the White House,” she said.

Last Night: Book Parties & Screenings

• DC’s media types also turned out last night for a screening of HBO’s documentary “By the People: The Election of Barack Obama” at MPAA with filmmakers Amy Rice and Alicia Sams. NYT‘s Jeff Zeleny, the New Yorker‘s Ryan Lizza and Chicago Sun TimesLynn Sweet were all actually in the documentary.

NBC’s Betsy Fischer and Athena Jones, MSNBC’s David Shuster, WaPo‘s Jonathan Capehart, Bloomberg’s Julianna Goldman, Time‘s Karen Tumulty, TPM‘s Christina Bellantoni, Monocle’s Sasha Issenberg, ABC’s Sunlen Miller, Tammy Haddad and Richard Wolfe attended. And from the White House: communications director Anita Dunn, her deputy Dan Pfeiffer, deputy press secretary Bill Burton, economic advisor Austan Goolsbee and Obama’s Iowa political director Mike Blake. (h/t Politico‘s Click)

Helen Thomas and Craig Crawford have teamed up to author “Listen Up, Mr. President.” NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux, Dan Lothian and Sam Feist and C-SPAN’s Howard Mortman were just some of the friends and colleagues who came out for a book party hosted by Lebanese Ambassador Antoine Chedid and held at the residence. (Photo by Alissa Krinsky for TVNewser.)

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