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Harold Meyerson

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Nov 11 2016

Commentary: Trump hits fast forward on the Republican Party’s sharp swerve right

At first glance, it may seem like we’ve been here before. Come January, the Republicans will control the White House, both houses of Congress and, soon enough, the Supreme Court – just as they did for the four years following the 2002 election. How different could it be?

Oct 05 2016

Commentary: Manic or evasive - these veep guys sure don’t feel like leaders

After going through a week reminiscent of Napoleon’s at Waterloo, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will likely claim that Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s performance in Tuesday’s vice-presidential debate gave a boost to their campaign.

Aug 04 2016

Commentary: Why the GOP still won’t rally around Trump

Presidential nominee Donald Trump’s days of dividing the Republican Party are not over.

Jul 01 2016

コラム:ブレグジットは「トランプ勝利」の前兆か

[27日 ロイター] - 不吉な予言が色々飛び交っているが、欧州連合(EU)離脱を決めた英国民投票の結果を、11月の米大統領選で共和党候補指名を確実にしたドナルド・トランプ氏が勝利する前兆と見るのは恐らく早計だろう。

Jun 28 2016

Commentary: What the Brexit vote tells us about whether Trump can win

Despite all manner of apocalyptic predictions, the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union probably doesn’t portend the election of Donald Trump come November. In one all-important particular, the United States is not Britain: Minority voters now constitute nearly a third of the electorate in America, while they’re no more than one-tenth of the British voting public.

Apr 22 2016

Commentary: Supporters could walk away from a 'presidential' Trump

The central dilemma now confronting Donald Trump’s campaign is that the candidate is having an identity crisis.

Apr 22 2016

Supporters could walk away from a ‘presidential’ Trump

Can Trump woo the Republican establishment, which he must to nail down the nomination, without disenchanting his base?

Apr 11 2016

Reaping as they sowed: How the culture wars are smiting the GOP

In 2004, Republicans viewed the specter of gay marriage as a political gift from the gods.

Apr 11 2016

Commentary: Reaping as they sowed: How the culture wars are smiting the GOP

In 2004, Republicans viewed the specter of gay marriage as a political gift from the gods.

Apr 08 2016

Reaping as they sowed: How the culture wars are smiting the GOP

The culture wars, long a powerful wedge that Republicans wielded against the Democrats, have now become a dagger that cleaves GOP ranks down the middle.

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