S.E. Cupp Leaves 'The Cycle,' MSNBC (VIDEO)

06/27/2013 04:53 pm ET | Updated Aug 27, 2013

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S.E. Cupp bowed out from MSNBC on Thursday, becoming the second original host of its daytime show "The Cycle" to leave the program.

The conservative pundit is moving to CNN, where she will co-host the revamped "Crossfire." She did not mention the rival channel by name when she departed, only saying, "I am leaving MSNBC and 'The Cycle' to work for another cable news network."

A highlight reel of her year on the show followed. Cupp closed by saying, "I'll miss all of you. Thank you for the opportunity and thanks for the support."

Touré and Krystal Ball are now the only remaining original hosts; Steve Kornacki left in March to become the host of "Up."

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