‘s favorite reporter was pictured leaving Trump Tower in Manhattan after a sit-down interview with the former President.

A heavily pregnant Chanel Rion, 31, was all smiles as she wore a bright neck scarf and a blue dress which showed off her baby bump on Tuesday after the interview in New York.

Rion, a reporter for the One America News (OAN), sat with Trump for top rated nose hair trimmer ‘over half an hour’, according to the network’s president Charles Herring.Trump was said to be in ‘high spirits’.

The pair had sparked controversy in April last year after Rion was invited back by Trump’s press secretary when other journalists had OAN removed for refusing to socially distance at his briefings. 

The day after she was invited back, Trump singled his favorite reporter out to ask him a question.

Donald Trump's favorite White House reporter Chanel Rion was pictured leaving Trump Tower in Manhattan after a sit-down interview with the former President

Donald Trump’s favorite White House reporter Chanel Rion was pictured leaving Trump Tower in Manhattan after a sit-down interview with the former President

A heavily pregnant Chanel Rion, 31, was all smiles as she wore a bright neck scarf and a blue dress which showed off her baby bump on Tuesday after the interview in New York

A heavily pregnant Chanel Rion, 31, was all smiles as she wore a bright neck scarf and a blue dress which showed off her baby bump on Tuesday after the interview in New York

Rion (pictured with her husband Courtland Sykes), a reporter for the One America News (OAN), sat with Trump for 'over half an hour'

Rion (pictured with her husband Courtland Sykes), a reporter for the One America News (OAN), sat with Trump for ‘over half an hour’

And now Rion has been able to get access to the former President for a sit-down interview where they discussed President Biden’s administration, Big Tech, the border crisis and Trump’s plans for 2022 and 2024. 

‘OAN’s White House Correspondent Chanel Rion concluded a sit-down interview [with] President Trump,’ tweeted Herring. 

‘Mr.Trump was in high spirits. Discussions [include] Big Tech, the border crisis, the Biden Admin, upcoming rallies & plans for 2022 & 2024. Don’t miss this revealing interview. Airtimes to be announced.’

Herring had earlier tweeted: ‘OAN’s own Chanel Rion spends over half an hour with President Trump discussing a wide range of topics.

‘Don’t miss this revealing interview.Airtimes to be announced soon.’

Rion, who is married to failed Republican candidate Courtland Sykes, looked glamorous as she left the Trump Tower wearing white stiletto heals and dark sunglasses with a dark blue dress.

Rion, who is married to failed Republican candidate Courtland Sykes, looked glamorous as she left the Trump Tower wearing white stiletto heals and dark sunglasses with a dark blue dress

Rion, who is married to failed Republican candidate Courtland Sykes, looked glamorous as she left the Trump Tower wearing white stiletto heals and dark sunglasses with a dark blue dress

Chanel Rion was all smiles as she left Trump Tower in Manhattan on Tuesday

Chanel Rion was all smiles as she left Trump Tower in Manhattan on Tuesday

The pair had sparked controversy in April last year after Rion was invited back by Trump's press secretary when other journalists had OAN removed for refusing to socially distance at his coronavirus briefings. Pictured: Chanel Rion with President Donald Trump

The pair had sparked controversy in April last year after Rion was invited back by Trump’s press secretary when other journalists had OAN removed for refusing to socially distance at his coronavirus briefings.Pictured: Chanel Rion with President Donald Trump

Heavily pregnant Chanel Rion

Heavily pregnant Chanel Rion

It comes after a DailyMail.com investigation in April last year uncovered serious questions about Rion’s background, finances, and how she obtained security clearance to be in the White House.  

In fact, DailyMail.com disclosed that Rion changed her last name before applying for White House security clearance in 2019 and that until becoming a correspondent for the conservative network in May that year, she had no obvious source of income, despite a social media profile filled with designer dresses and vacations in upscale hotels.

Rion flouted the White House Correspondents’ Association repeatedly after it had OAN removed from the rotation of reporters allowed in the briefing room for Rion’s refusal to follow social distancing guidelines.

She was allowed back after Trump’s White House Secretary Stephanie Grisham invited her to the briefing room. 

But she once again turned up at the back of the briefing room, defying the WHCA guidelines, and once again was invited by Trump to ask a question.   

Little else about Rion is so straightforward, starting with her name.

She was born, in April 1990, and named not Chanel Rion but Chanel Nmi Dayn-Ryan. The unusual name was courtesy of one of her father’s multiple identities. 

The 72-year-old property developer and lawyer was born Danny Preboth, the son of renowned Goddard, Kansas psychic Allene Cunningham. 

But over the years he has used the names Christopher Preboth, Dan Ryan, Danford Nmi Dayn-Ryan, Michael David Ryan, David Michael Ryan, and most recently Dann O Ryan. 

Though she has posted about her South Korean mother’s family history, Rion has never mentioned her psychic grandmother, who is said to have foreseen Oprah Winfrey’s success and Patty Hearst’s short imprisonment, and featured in countless TV and radio shows flaunting her supernatural skills.

Neither has Rion mentioned that her father has been accused in multiple lawsuits of making millions defrauding property investors in Texas under many of his different aliases.

No social distancing: The White House Correspondents' Association removed Chanel Rion's OAN from the rotation allowing her to be present in the briefing room, but she has repeatedly defied the group and turned up, at the invitation of ex-White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham

No social distancing: The White House Correspondents’ Association removed Chanel Rion’s OAN from the rotation allowing her to be present in the briefing room, but she has repeatedly defied the group and turned up, at the invitation of ex-White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham

Here again: Chanel Rion has repeatedly turned up at the back of White House briefings and been invited by Donald Trump to ask questions

Here again: Chanel Rion has repeatedly turned up at the back of White House briefings and been invited by Donald Trump to ask questions

Briefing crasher: Chanel Rion has become notorious for a series of appearances at White House briefings in defiance of social-distancing guidelines

Briefing crasher: Chanel Rion has become notorious for a series of appearances at White House briefings in defiance of social-distancing guidelines 

Trump time: Chanel Rion posed with Ivanka Trump at the launch of pro-Trump figure Charlie Kirk's book in Ivanka's father's Washington D.C. hotel

Trump time: Chanel Rion posed with Ivanka Trump at the launch of pro-Trump figure Charlie Kirk’s book in Ivanka’s father’s Washington D.C.hotel

Ryan was involved in at least 31 companies sued by dozens of plaintiffs in Harris County, Texas, in the 1990s all alleging that he fraudulently sold them apartments by lying about the extensive repairs required, then forced them into foreclosure and bought back the property at a reduced price to sell to another investor, again for fraudulently inflated prices.

A 1998 lawsuit claimed Ryan defrauded investors out of more than $2 million by selling the same set of dilapidated apartments three times, allegedly lying to the buyers then forcing them into foreclosure and buying it back at rock-bottom prices each time.

San Francisco doctor Paul Lynn paid Ryan $1,795,000 for the Capetown Apartments complex in Harris County, Texas in 1993, but found them in complete disrepair, the lawsuit said.

The legal documents said Ryan foreclosed the property in March the following year, forcing Dr Lynn into bankruptcy.

Ryan then sold it to Robert Moore and his brother Dr.Elwin Moore from Seattle, Washington in November 1994. 

The lawsuit claimed the brothers did not know that some of the 164 apartment units had been ‘completely destroyed by fire and were non-existent at the time of the sale’, and repairs would cost $8,000 per apartment rather than the $300 Ryan had told them. 

Family: Chanel Rion's father is Danford Dyan-Ryan or alternatively Dan Ryan, who was born Danny Preboth. Her mother is his second wife, Kim Soon Oak. Both attended her graduation ceremony after studying at Harvard Extension School

Family: Chanel Rion’s father is Danford Dyan-Ryan or alternatively Dan Ryan, who was born Danny Preboth.Her mother is his second wife, Kim Soon Oak. Both attended her graduation ceremony after studying at Harvard Extension School 

Father: Chanel Rion's father Danford Dyan-Ryan - seen in Hong Kong in the mid-1990s - has been sued repeatedly

Father: Chanel Rion’s father Danford Dyan-Ryan – seen in Hong Kong in the mid-1990s – has been sued repeatedly

Ryan told the Moores he could act as their attorney for the property sale, the lawsuit said.They discovered later he was not licensed to practice law in Texas, they claimed in court papers.

When the brothers found out the decrepit state of the apartments, they agreed to swap their ownership for another of Ryan’s apartment complexes, which Ryan then foreclosed in July 1995, leaving the Moores empty-handed, according to the legal documents.

The alleged fraudster then sold Capetown Apartments to a third buyer, Barry Hardy, for $1,795,000 plus $119,000 property taxes – though the real value was only $308,000, the lawsuit said.

Ryan did not respond to requests for comment.In a 13-page statement, Rion told DailyMail.com that her father had been honest in his real estate business and that he had been wrongly accused by ‘malicious lunatics’.

Family: Chanel Rion (second left) is seen with (from left) Darlene Sykes, her fiance's mother; Bob Courtland Sykes, her fiance; Kim Soon Dyan-Ryan, her mother; Danford Dyan-Ryan, her father; a female relative; her fiance's father Richard Sykes; and her brother Baron Ryan

Family: Chanel Rion (second left) is seen with (from left) Darlene Sykes, her fiance’s mother; Bob Courtland Sykes, her fiance; Kim Soon Dyan-Ryan, her mother; Danford Dyan-Ryan, her father; a female relative; her fiance’s father Richard Sykes; and her brother Baron Ryan 

‘Apartments were offered plainly visible and sold ‘as is’ with the express understanding they were ‘renovation projects’ only that would require large and expensive repairs of an indeterminate nature,’ she said, adding that ‘buyers inspected fully, every apartment unit and all parts of every building and signed off that they had.’ 

‘The untruthful allegations—the ACCUSATIONS were the screamings of vulchers [sic] trying not to pay what they owed—and the consequence of several mortgagors ‘ganging up’ to collaborate and escape payment of their respective million dollar mortgages,’ she said.

Rion stated that she filed to legally change her name from her father’s Dayn-Ryan to Rion at a Massachusetts court last year – the same year she applied for security clearance for her White House press pass.

Rion added that she has used the alternative spelling of her last name since age six and it appeared on documents including her passport.

Though her father now reportedly owns three ranches in Texas, Colorado and Missouri, it is unclear where Ryan’s family lived during his controversial real estate career.

Rion’s fiancé has said in interviews that she ‘did most of her growing up’ in Missouri.But the TV reporter has written on her Facebook that she lived in Seoul, South Korea, in 1995, France in 1996, and Key West, Florida from 1997 age 7 to 2010 age 20.

She has also suggested she was in South Korea in 1996 or 1997. 

Harvard time: Chanel Rion spent five years at the Harvard Extension School, 18 months of it distance learning, graduating with an ALB

Harvard time: Chanel Rion spent five years at the Harvard Extension School, 18 months of it distance learning, graduating with an ALB

Harvard time: Chanel Rion spent five years at the Harvard Extension School, 18 months of it distance learning, graduating with an ALB 

Fiance: Chanel Rion met her fiance of four years, Bob Courtland Sykes who also studied at the Harvard Extension School. She says they met at a CIA recruiting event

Fiance: Chanel Rion met her fiance of four years, Bob Courtland Sykes who also studied at the Harvard Extension School.She says they met at a CIA recruiting event

Sisters: Chanel Rion says she worked as Art Director and Principal Illustrator for Cloverstone Publishing, founded by her sister Channing (left)

Sisters: Chanel Rion says she worked as Art Director and Principal Illustrator for Cloverstone Publishing, founded by her sister Channing (left)

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