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National Enterprise Reporter — Washington Post

National enterprise reporter for @WashingtonPost. Contributor to @PowerPost and the Daily 202. Warning: I tweet about opera.

Team Bush vs. Team Trump, blow by blow

washingtonpost.com — The feud between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush is heating up, and nowhere is that more apparent than on social media. The two candidates are engaged in what amounts to round three or four of attacks on Twitter and Instagram, one gloating about his lead in the polls, the other wrestling to pull up his numbers.

Russia cyber sanctions possible; Apple eyes Netflix market; Mayer pregnant with twins

washingtonpost.com — The United States is weighing sanctions on Russia, as well as China, after a spate of serious cyberattacks. "The sanctions Washington is currently considering would not target suspected hackers of government data, but rather foreign citizens and firms believed responsible for cyber attacks on commercial enterprises, one official said," according to Reuters.

The Daily 202: Six non-classified nuggets in newly-released Hillary emails

washingtonpost.com — September has arrived and, with it, comes the NFL's regular season. The Redskins will bench quarterback Robert Griffin III and start Kirk Cousins, perhaps (finally) bringing an end to a years-long saga full of injuries and dashed hopes. THE BIG IDEA: The State Department posted a new tranche of Hillary Clinton's emails around 9 p.m.
Sep 01, 2015

The Daily 202: Six nuggets you'll want to read from newly released Hillary e-mails @JamesHohmann @eliseviebeck wpo.st/voUY0

Sep 01, 2015

RT @jameshohmann: Lanny Davis' email to HRC is my favorite in the latest batch. It's really written for @MarkLeibovich's sequel: washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost….

Sep 01, 2015

RT @jameshohmann: Lanny Davis' email to HRC is my favorite in the latest batch. It's really written for @MarkLeibovich's sequel: washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost….

Sep 01, 2015

RT @meridak: The Daily 202: Six nuggets you'll want to read from newly released Hillary e-mails @JamesHohmann @eliseviebeck wpo.st/voUY0

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Kanye West said he’ll run for president in 2020. Here’s how political Twitter reacted.

washingtonpost.com — It's easy to assume that the political world disdains or ignores pop culture. But when one of the world's biggest rap stars announces he's running for president, even the most hardened critics sit up and take notice. Such was the case on Sunday night when Kanye West said he will throw his hat in the ring for president in 2020.

Hacking endangers U.S. agents, cyber sanctions in the works, surveillance court battle continues

washingtonpost.com — Chinese and Russian spy agencies are using hacked U.S. data to identify American intelligence officers and agents. "At least one clandestine network of American engineers and scientists who provide technical assistance to U.S. undercover operatives and agents overseas has been compromised as a result, according to two U.S.

The Daily 202: Ted Cruz’s dad embraces an attack dog role

washingtonpost.com — NASHVILLE-Ted Cruz refrains from publicly attacking his GOP rivals in the presidential race, most notably Donald Trump, invoking the 11 th commandment to not speak ill of other Republicans. His father Rafael, an ordained minister who keeps an aggressive travel schedule speaking to conservative groups, apparently does not feel quite the same way.

Lawmakers celebrate March on Washington anniversary

washingtonpost.com — Members of Congress took to Twitter on Friday to mark the 52nd anniversary of the March on Washington. At least 250,000 people came to the capital to protest racism on Aug. 28, 1963, and their march on the National Mall culminated in the delivery of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic "I Have a Dream" speech.

Tim Cook as activist; Lehane to Airbnb; Calif. drone bill heads to governor’s desk

washingtonpost.com — Apple chief Tim Cook has become a regular presence in Washington, a major departure from the approach of his predecessor, Steve Jobs. As Politico reports, "Cook, much as he sought to shirk Jobs' shadow as CEO, had also endeavored quietly to rethink his company's relationship with the nation's capital, becoming a leader not only ready to engage its power brokers but challenge them openly when it mattered most ...

The Daily 202: Trump says maybe America should try making a jerk president

washingtonpost.com — GREENVILLE, S.C.-As Donald Trump studied the crosstabs of a recent poll, his favorite hobby since he started leading in all of them, he was pleased, he said, to see that GOP primary voters perceive him as better equipped than his rivals to handle the economy, national security and even social issues.
Aug 28, 2015

RT @jameshohmann: Check out The Daily 202 for a complete end-of-week wrap on what you need to know if you are a decision maker. washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost…

The Daily 202: Did Scott Walker go too far by embracing Trumpism on China?

washingtonpost.com — GREENVILLE, S.C.-Good morning from South Carolina, where I am about to cover a Donald Trump rally. The billionaire has peppered his stump speech, if you can call it that, with even harsher language about China since the country manipulated its currency to stimulate its struggling economy.
Aug 27, 2015

.@PowerPost: Looking at the Democratic race through social media and television tells two very different stories. wapo.st/1VdDyz8

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Sep 01, 2015

RT @meridak: The Daily 202: Six nuggets you'll want to read from newly released Hillary e-mails @JamesHohmann @eliseviebeck wpo.st/voUY0

Aug 24, 2015

Which is worse: DC's "Let me circle back," Silicon Valley's "Can I have him ping you?" or NYC's "Can we return?"

Aug 21, 2015

Fiorina's dad personally recommended Ken Starr to investigate Whitewater, via @colbyitkowitz washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost…

Aug 14, 2015

Had a dream about eating dinner with Jerry Brown and his family, which probably means something about my water-use guilt

Aug 13, 2015

RT @jameshohmann: “You cannot swing a dead cat in Iowa and not hit a Trump person. It's unlike anything I've ever seen." wapo.st/1L9cCf3

Aug 13, 2015

Two thumbs up for James Salter on Obama's reading list


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