Kim Kardashian rumoured to be dating CNN presenter Van Jones

During her continuing divorce from Kanye West, Kim Kardashian is rumored to be dating CNN reporter Van Jones.

There are rumors that the reality star, 40, is dating the CNN host, 52, because they worked together as close friends during her four-year law school apprenticeship.

This comes just two months after the mother-of-four filed for divorce from Kanye West, the rapper.

Cindy Adams, a columnist for the New York Post, fueled the rumors on Sunday, April 25, when she said he is “so left,” he “may even have affected her politics.”

‘I won’t wait until everybody says I don’t know what I’m talking about,’ she said.

Fans on Twitter have had mixed reactions to the dating rumors, with some accusing Kardashian of ‘using’ Jones to ‘further her legal career.’

‘People will see Kim as using Kanye to advance her in the fashion world and using Van Jones to help her advance in her next career area of law,’ one fan predicted.

Another wrote: ‘If Kim Kardashian marries Van Jones I’m no longer doing this whole life thing. That will be simply too much for me.’

However, some loved the idea of the two stars getting together as a couple, with one person writing: “I really hope Kim Kardashian actually is dating Van Jones. She would have her legally blonde where she dumps Warren at the end & starts dating Luke Wilson.”

Another person shared: “Van Jones is a good choice. A smart stable guy. He’s a good guy and he has his own money. You would make a nice couple.”

“OMG! They deserve each other!” a third person added.

Kim Kardashian rumoured to be dating CNN presenter Van Jones

Van Jones ended his marriage to his wife of 14 years, Jana Carter, in 2019.

A source told Page Six: “People are reaching out through mutual friends and people that she’s worked with to set her up with everyone from royal family members to A-list actors to athletes to billionaire CEOs.

They added: “She’s not looking to jump into anything but is keeping an open mind.”

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