Journalist Michael Schmidt talks about the many high-profile stories he has written, the media’s role in politics and covering the Trump administration.
Michael Schmidt is a reporter for The New York Times and a contributor for MSNBC. Schmidt is known for his investigative reporting and coverage of Trump. In 2015, Schmidt broke the news of Hillary Clinton’s personal email usage for government business. He also was the first to report the James Comey memo on Trump’s orders to drop the Michael Flynn investigation. Before working for The Times, Schmidt worked at The Boston Globe.
Bob Woodward is one of America’s most prominent investigative reporters and non-fiction writers. He currently serves as Associate Editor at The Washington Post, where he has worked since 1971. Woodward worked with Carl Bernstein to investigate and report the Watergate scandal, which lead to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. He has written numerous national best-selling non-fiction books.