Jonathan Allen

Sidewire / Roll Call

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Head of Content at Sidewire, a social platform for political discussion, and columnist at Roll Call; co-author of HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton; former chief political correspondent for Vox; former Washington Bureau Chief for Bloomberg News; former White House Bureau Chief for Politico; former political reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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Donald Trump today changed his tune about President Obama's birthplace, but in the process, he tried to revise political history when he accused Hillary Clinton of beginning the…

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