National political correspondent Education: University of Nebraska at Lincoln Jenna Johnson is a national political correspondent for The Washington Post who writes about the 2020 presidential election with a heavy focus on voters and political movements. She has also covered the White House and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, interviewing thousands of Trump supporters across the country. Jenna started at the Post in 2007 as a summer intern and has since written about crime, county government and local elections, higher education and the Maryland statehouse.
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez’s candidacy is one of many that illustrate friction among Democrats between candidates who represent diverse communities and white candidates who may appeal more to moderates.
Time after time, President Trump seemed to start wrapping up, only to launch into one story, air one more grievance, shame one more enemy, list one more overlooked accomplishment, lash out at one more media outlet, detail one more gruesome murder committed by an undocumented immigrant.