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Chip Reid

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Charles Henry "Chip" Reid Jr. was named CBS News National correspondent in June 2011. Prior to his current position, he was the Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News. He assumed that position on January 5, 2009. Previously, Reid was the network's congressional correspondent. Prior to his association with CBS, he was employed by NBC News, where he covered politics and Capitol Hill. Education Reid was educated at Concord High School, a public secondary school in Wilmington, Delaware, followed by Vassar College, a private liberal arts college in the town of Poughkeepsie in New York state, from which he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in psychology in 1977. He then attended Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1982, graduating with a Master's of Public Affairs degree. He received a law degree from Columbia Law School. Reid gave the commencement address to the Vassar College Class of 2011. Life and career Legal
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