Zeke Miller is a White House reporter for The Associated Press and president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. Until October 2017 he was the White House correspondent for TIME, where he worked since 2013 as a political reporter covering the White House, national politics, and the 2016 presidential campaign. He previously was the first White House correspondent at BuzzFeed and covered the 2012 presidential election. Prior to that, he covered politics for Business Insider.
Quote: “Miller himself is clearly an exception to the supercharged hyperpartisan messaging approach that characterizes the world of political infotainment. He speaks quickly and gives almost no hint of any obvious analytic biases, or of an outlook that strays outside a studiously neutral curiosity.” | “A graduate of Hebrew Academy of Long Beach, in the Five Towns area of Long Island, he grew up in a large Jewish community that he says ‘now seems much more politicized’ than it did in the ’90s and 2000s.”
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