Daniel Strauss joins CNN Worldwide as a reporter covering national politics
Daniel Strauss joins CNN Worldwide as a reporter covering national politics, based in Washington, D.C. In this role, he will cover the 2024 election, the political trends that emerge and the issues that are top of mind for voters.
Strauss was previously a staff writer and senior political correspondent for The New Republic magazine. At The New Republic, he covered national politics, the White House, and campaigns. He also co-founded the magazine’s marquee campaign newsletter, The Run-Up. Prior to the magazine, he was a senior political reporter for The Guardian based out of the newspaper’s Washington bureau. Strauss spent over four years at Politico where he covered every aspect of American politics and elections. Before that, he was the lead campaign reporter for Talking Points Memo.
Strauss got his start in professional journalism as a breaking news reporter for The Hill newspaper. He is a former Paul Miller fellow. Strauss graduated from the University of Michigan.
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