White House reporter Education: University of Iowa, BS in Journalism and Political Science ; American University, MA in Journalism
Seung Min Kim is a White House reporter for The Washington Post, covering the Trump administration through the lens of Capitol Hill. Before joining The Washington Post in 2018, she spent more than eight years at Politico, primarily covering the Senate and immigration policy.
Professional Affiliations: Asian American Journalists Association Languages spoken: Korean
In the two-page summary of interviews conducted by the Democratic staff of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Ronny L. Jackson also stands accused of a “pattern” of handing out medications with no patient history, prescribing medications to himself, and contributing to a hostile work environment with “a constant fear of reprisal.”