Josh Rogin

a Washington Post columnist covering foreign policy and national security

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Josh Rogin is a columnist for the Washington Post's Global Opinions section. He is a former columnist at Bloomberg View, political analyst for CNN and a former senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast. Rogin also reported for Foreign Policy magazine, where he wrote The Cable blog, and at Congressional Quarterly.

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At a Press conference this morning, President Trump said China (and Ukraine) should investigate the business ties of Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and their dealings in Ukraine.

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At a Press conference this morning, President Trump said China (and Ukraine) should investigate the business ties of Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and their dealings in Ukraine.

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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley introduced President Trump today for his first appearance at the United Nations.

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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley introduced President Trump today for his first appearance at the United Nations.

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