Rosario Dawson IS Dating Cory Booker! Actress Confirms With Love!

Joann Johnston
March 15, 2019

So.Is our Cory Booker actually dating Rosario Dawson?

In an interview with TMZ at the Washington area's Reagan National Airport on Thursday, the 39-year-old actress said she was in a relationship with the 49-year-old Booker and that she's so "grateful" to be with him.

From there, the subject moved to her rumored relationship with Booker, and when asked if there was any truth to it, she replied, "Yes, very much so", before adding, "So far so wonderful, he's a wonderful human being". "[We] get to spend some time together when we can".

Dawson, who is a celebrity political activist, also showed off a Cory Booker campaign badge pinned to her handbag as she walked through the airport, telling TMZ she feels sure her boyfriend would make a great President.

As we wrote last month, the former mayor of Newark, New Jersey announced his presidential bid on the first day of Black History Month.

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Calls to a Booker spokesman were not immediately returned.

For his part, Booker has been mum on his personal life with Dawson, referencing it only obliquely during a visit to Power 105.1 FM morning show "The Breakfast Club," Booker acknowledged he had "a boo", but wouldn't say who.

In January 2018, while appearing on the Morado podcast, Dawson revealed she was raped and molested as a child, and hinted that her abuser was a member of her family.

The senator, who gained national prominence in the fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, formally launched his presidential campaign on February 1, joining a crowded field of Democrats seeking their party's nomination for the White House in 2020.

Rosario Dawson found love on Capitol Hill. However, when the subject of a possible engagement and subsequent new job title as potential First Lady arose, Dawson demurred.

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