CNN, as well as a number of other media outlets, have excluded a certain individual from their coverage on departures from the Trump administration.
Ira Greenstein, a longtime confidant to Jared Kushner, was the President of Genie Energy while working in the White House alongside Kushner—before leaving office on March 30th, 2018. This was shortly before the second round of airstrikes against Syria ordered by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Genie Energy is an Israeli-backed company exploiting Syria's oil and water in the Golan Heights. This is certainly something the public should know in relation to foreign policy toward Syria or U.S. military action against the country.
Only a note at ProPublica and his removal from the annual White House staff salary list indicate he appears to have departed the administration. Despite this, neither CNN nor MSNBC have included him in their graphics, or segments about departures.
A Deputy Assistant like Sebastian Gorka, who also mentioned Greenstein in his book "Why We Fight," it is not clear why substantial effort has gone into not mentioning him nor his conflicts of interest while working in the Trump administration and on the presidential transition team.