American political journalist who is known for his work as a national political correspondent for the New York Times. He is also known for having served as a senior political writer for both Politico and National Review Magazine.
He originally earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Hampden-Sydney College. He started his career working for the National Journal's The Hotline. He then joined The New York Times in 2013 where he started as a political corresponder.
He is also known for his frequent television and radio appearances as a political commentator including on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS.
He was born and raised in Arlington, Virginia and married Elizabeth Fischer in 2012.
Alongside fellow journalist Glenn Thrush, he co-authored a book about the 2012 U.S. President election The End of the Line: Romney vs. Obama.