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    Douglas Christian

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    Doug Christian has been a multimedia journalist for 20 years. He has interviewed and photographed figures such as Bill Gates, Cesar Chavez, George McGovern and William F. Buckley, Jr. He is a Senate Gallery approved photographer and photographs Congressional Hearings. In addition, he does videos of pertaining to the politics of Washington, from rallies and protests, to Congressional interviews. Doug records and produces a daily political news brief that is syndicated throughout the country. He resides in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.

    UPDATED 7:10 pm EDT THE WHITE HOUSE — President Donald Trump's administration  not comply with the House Ways and Mean Committee’s deadline today of 5 p.m....

    THE WHITE HOUSE – Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to announce his candidacy for the 2020 presidential run on Thursday in Philadelphia. Following...

    On the Hill with Doug Christian CAPITOL HILL – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is actively tamping down progressive Democrats’ push to impeach President Donald...

    THE WHITE HOUSE – (Audio: Garbled a bit in the chaos of the Easter Egg Hunt.) President Donald Trump was asked by White House pool reporters...

    THE WHITE HOUSE– President Donald Trump announced Monday afternoon that Herman Cain will no longer seek a seat on the Federal Reserve Board of...

    Former Arkansas GOP Gov. Mike Huckabee blasts Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah on Twitter.

    THE WHITE HOUSE – President Donald Trump continued his barrage of tweets proclaiming victory the day after the release of the partially redacted Mueller...

    On the Hill with Doug Christian (Audio: Chairman Jerry Nadler saying at a news conference that the Mueller report doesn’t exonerate Trump) Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.),...

    President Donald Trump shows his glee shortly after Attorney General William Barr's news conference.

    The lawmakers say it is "unnecessary and inappropriate" to hold it before the release of Robert S. Mueller IIII's report, which is expected in the late morning.