National investigative reporter focused on the White House and government accountability Education: Bryn Mawr College Carol Leonnig is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who has worked at The Washington Post since 2000. She won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for her work on security failures and misconduct inside the Secret Service. She was part of a Post team that was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for revealing the U.S. government's secret, broad surveillance of Americans through the disclosures of Edward Snowden. She is a three-time winner of the George Polk award for investigative reporting. She reports on Donald Trump's presidency and investigates Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Leonnig is also an on-air contributor to NBC News and MSNBC. Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize for national reporting: 2015
Pulitzer Prize, public service for Snowden reporting: 2014
George Polk Award for national reporting: 2015
George Polk Award for political reporting: 2013
Selden Ring Award for investigative reporting: 2005
The president’s private arguments stand in contrast to the point-by-point process used to classify and protect sensitive secrets and appears to differ from the White House’s public posture toward Bolton’s much-anticipated memoir.
Trump is relying almost exclusively on White House Counsel Pat Cipollone and his in-house team of attorneys, who have held back documents from his outside lawyers, according to people familiar with the situation.