Jamie Dupree’s Washington Insider

Five things to know about the Paul Manafort trial

3:00 am Jul. 31, 2018

As former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort goes on trial Tuesday in a federal court in Virginia on charges of tax and bank fraud, the specter of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016

Trump, EU leaders set for showdown talks on trade

3:00 am Jul. 25, 2018

A few weeks after labeling the European Union a ‘foe’ of the United States, President Donald Trump will sit down with leaders of that economic community on Wednesday at the White House, amid threats of

Trying to answer a question I get asked all the time

3:00 am Jul. 5, 2018

As I enjoyed a series of neighborhood celebrations of America’s independence on July 4, I kept thinking about a question that I had been asked earlier in the week on Facebook – it is a question that I have been asked more than any other in my over thirty years as a reporter in Washington, D.C., and it goes something like this: “Is the the most divided you have ever

Stocks drop, jobs shift in response to Trump tariffs, trade war fears

3:00 am Jun. 26, 2018

President Donald Trump on Tuesday continued to criticize motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, as the iconic American company announced it would shift production jobs out of the United States, because of the fallout from Mr. Trump’s decision to levy tariffs on steel and aluminum imported from Mexico, Canada and Europe, as stocks had their biggest drop since April amid fears of a growing trade war.

“Surprised that Harley-Davidson, of all companies, would be