Jacqueline Alemany

Washington, D.C.

Anchor of The Early 202

Education: Harvard University, BA IN Government

Jacqueline Alemany is the author of The Early 202, an early morning newsletter featuring news critical to the nation’s many power centers, including the White House, Capitol Hill, government agencies, the Pentagon and more. She joined The Washington Post in 2018 after six years at CBS News. Alemany covered the White House for CBS News since President Trump’s inauguration. Before that, she was a digital journalist on the 2016 presidential campaign trail. She is a 2017 African Great Lakes fellow at the International Women’s Media Foundation. Alemany studied government at Harvard University,
Latest from Jacqueline Alemany

15 boxes: Inside the long, strange trip of Trump’s classified records

The journey underscores how defiantly and indiscriminately the former president violated the Presidential Records Act.

February 12, 2022

Ten questions for Jocelyn Benson

And some Trump records taken to Mar-a-Lago clearly marked as classified raise new questions about why the materials were taken out of the White House.

February 11, 2022

Some Trump records taken to Mar-a-Lago clearly marked as classified, including documents at ‘top secret’ level

The existence of documents officially labeled as classified in the trove — which has not previously been reported — raises new questions about why the materials were taken out of the White House.

February 10, 2022

Trump's troubles on the record-keeping front are getting thornier

Former president Donald Trump's problems ramped up on Wednesday in two significant ways when it comes to his record-keeping practices.

February 10, 2022

House Oversight asks Archives for information about Trump’s handling of White House records

Trump says his relationship with the Archives has been mischaracterized by the media.

February 10, 2022

National Archives asks Justice Dept. to investigate Trump’s handling of White House records

The request came amid revelations that officials recovered 15 boxes of materials from the former president’s Mar-a-Lago residence that weren’t handed back to the government as they should have been.

February 9, 2022

Congressional staffers are pushing to unionize. Here's how they could do it.

A group called the Congressional Workers Union has formally announced its intent to unionize “the personal offices and committees of Congress” following the emergence of the viral Instagram account “Dear White Staffers."

February 9, 2022

House Oversight chair pledges to ‘fully investigate’ Trump's record keeping

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) plans to “fully investigate” the appearance of 15 boxes of documents and other items at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, which should have been turned over as part of the Presidential Records Act.

February 8, 2022