Investigative reporter covering the Trump administration, technology and cybersecurity. Education: Virginia Tech, BA in economics and history
Robert O’Harrow Jr. is a reporter and author on the investigative unit of The Washington Post who has focused on surveillance, technology, national security, corruption, contracting and political affairs, including the administration of President Trump. O’Harrow was a member of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for the 2017 coverage of Roy Moore. He has been a Pulitzer Prize finalist twice and a four-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for business writing. He also is the winner of top awards from Investigative Reporters and Editors and Sigma Delta Chi. O'Harrow's books include No Place To Hide; Zero Day: The Threat In Cyber Space; and The Quartermaster: Montgomery C. Meigs, Lincoln's General, Master Builder of the Union Army
Taylor Weyeneth was fired in March after a Washington Post story revealed that the former campaign intern held a top job in the White House’s drug policy office. He recently agreed to talk on the record about his time in the administration, offering an insider’s account of the chaos of Trump’s campaign and first year in office.
The unorthodox approach J. Mark McWatters takes to overseeing the National Credit Union Administration adds a wrinkle to the tendency among some Trump administration officials to spurn traditional government norms.