Kenneth Vogel

New York Times

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Kenneth Vogel is a reporter for the New York Times, covering conflict of interest issues, lobbying and money in politics. He is a former chief investigative reporter for Politico.

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump embraces a member of The Remembrance Project at a campaign rally in Henderson, Nevada October 5, 2016 Photo by David Becker/Reuters 
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