Jacqueline Alemany

Washington, D.C.

Congressional Investigations Reporter

Education: Harvard University, BA IN Government

Jacqueline Alemany is a Congressional Investigations reporter for The Washington Post. Previously, she was founder and co-author of The Early 202, The Post's flagship early morning newsletter featuring news critical to the nation’s many power centers, including the White House, Capitol Hill, government agencies, the Pentagon and more. Alemany is also an on-air contributor to NBC News and MSNBC. Alemany joined The Washington Post in 2018 after six years at CBS News, where she covered the Trump White House. Before that, she was a digital journalist on the 2016 presidential campaign trail. She
Latest from Jacqueline Alemany

Jan. 6 panel staffers angry at Cheney for focusing so much of report on Trump

Fifteen former and current staffers expressed concerns that important findings unrelated to Trump will not become available to the American public.

November 23, 2022

Republican infighting roils Congress as midterms fallout continues

House Republicans moved forward Tuesday with their leadership elections, despite calls from several GOP lawmakers and dozens of conservatives outside Congress to postpone the vote.

November 15, 2022

The status of key investigations involving Donald Trump

What you need to know about the Mar-a-Lago documents, the Jan. 6 investigation, the Georgia elections probe and the New York fraud lawsuit, among other probes.

November 15, 2022

Foreign governments spent over $750,000 at Trump hotel, report shows

The governments of Saudi Arabia, China and others spent more than $750,000 at the Trump hotel in Washington as they were trying to influence his administration, the House Oversight Committee finds.

November 14, 2022

Congressional Republicans panic as they watch their lead dwindle

Republicans are calling for a delay in next week's Senate leadership elections, a direct challenge to Sen. Mitch McConnell's stewardship.

November 11, 2022

Trump sues to block subpoena from Jan. 6 committee

The complaint filed in federal court in Florida argues that the subpoena lacks a “valid legislative purpose,” and “infringes on executive privilege” and Trump’s First Amendment rights.

November 11, 2022

Kevin McCarthy almost has the reins of a House majority. Can he hold on?

While McCarthy's calculations likely have not upended his chance to become speaker of the House, the expected thin margin of victory has complicated his path.

November 10, 2022

House Democrats introduce bill requiring certification of presidential records

Legislation introduced Monday by the chairwoman of the House Oversight Committee would require the president, vice president and certain White House staffers formally attest to complying with the Presidential Records Act on an annual basis and upon leaving office.

November 7, 2022

Boris Epshteyn’s loyalty to Trump pays off as investigations deepen

The pugilistic adviser has clashed with other lawyers for Donald Trump on whether to be confrontational or conciliatory in dealing with multiple investigations.

November 5, 2022

Trump gets another week to comply with Jan. 6 committee document subpoena

The documents were requested as a part of a subpoena issued by the committee on Oct. 21 that directed that Trump testify under oath on or about Nov. 14.

November 4, 2022