Kurt Eichenwald

Senior Writer
Kurt Eichenwald

Kurt Eichenwald is a New York Times bestselling author of three books. He previously worked for twenty years at the Times as a investigative reporter, columnist and senior writer.  He is a two-time winner of the George Polk Award for excellence in journalism and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2000 and 2002.  His second book, The Informant, was called “one of the best nonfiction books of the decade” by The New York Times Book Review and made into a major motion picture starring Matt Damon.  He lives in Dallas with his wife and three children.

Commander-in-Tweet

We sorted all of Trump's tweets since the election into 16 categories, from domestic policy to self-congratulations.

Inside the Conflict Zone

The president-elect is issuing statements to world leaders that radically depart from U.S. foreign policy, and benefit his family's corporate empire.

Trump's Missing Emails

The Trump strategy was deny, impede and delay, while destroying documents the court had ordered them to hand over.

Donald the Destroyer

The Republican nominee's destructive behavior has victimized cities, businesses, investors, partners and even members of his own family.

Donald Trump's Castro Connection

Through Trump Hotels, the GOP nominee secretly conducted business in Cuba, ignoring American laws. Later, he falsely told Cuban-American voters he would never spend money on the island so long as Fidel Castro remained in power.

Trumpism Versus Republicanism, Explained

An open letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan on the difference between racism, xenophobia, protectionism, nuclear proliferation, torture, war crimes, fanboy support—and the GOP.

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