Author and reporter Amy Chozick talks about covering Hillary Clinton for the past 10 years, why she thinks Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election and her 2018 best-selling book, “Chasing Hillary.”
Amy Chozick is a New York-based writer-at-large for The New York Times and a frequent contributor to The Times Magazine, writing about the personalities and power struggles in business, politics and media. She is the author of “Chasing Hillary,” a memoir about her experience covering Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for President.
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.
Journalist Yamiche Alcindor talks about covering the 2016 election, writing for The New York Times and reporting for “PBS NewsHour.”
Yamiche Alcindor is the White House correspondent for the “PBS NewsHour” and a contributor for NBC and MSNBC. Before joining “NewsHour,” she worked as a national political reporter for The New York Times where she covered Congress and wrote about the impact of President Donald Trump’s policies on working-class people and people of color. She earned a master’s degree in broadcast news and documentary filmmaking from New York University and a bachelor’s in English, government and African American studies from Georgetown University.
Brian Stelter is CNN’s Senior Media Correspondent and host of “Reliable Sources.” Stelter joined CNN after six years at The New York Times, where he covered the television and digital media industries. Stelter also wrote the New York Times best-seller “Top of the Morning,” which uncovers the darker side of morning television.
Jill Abramson was the top editor of The New York Times — the first woman ever to serve in that capacity in the paper’s 160-year history — from 2011 to 2014.