Salena Zito

New York Post / Washington Examiner / CNN

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Salena Zito is a columnist for the New York Post, a reporter for the Washington Examiner and a contributor to CNN. She is the author of the forthcoming book The Great Divide, about the populist tribes in Rust Belt counties that voted for Obama and Trump.

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