Journalists to Follow on Twitter

Spike Dolomite
1 min readApr 29, 2019


Aaron Rupar — @atrupar

Adam Serwer — Staff writer for the Atlantic @AdamSerwer

Ashley Parker — White House bureau chief for Washington Post @AshleyRParker

Brian J. Karem — @BrianKarem

Carol Leonnig — Washington Post reporter @carolleonnig

Charles Blow — New York Times columnist @CharlesMBlow

Charles Pierce @CharlesPPierce

Connie Schultz — Columnist for USA Today @ConnieSchultz

Dan Rather — Veteran reporter whose career included CBS and 60 Minutes @DanRather

Daniel Dale — CNN fact checker @ddale8

David Corn — DC bureau chief of Mother Jones @DavidCornDC

Hugo Lowell — Congressional reporter at the Guardian @hugolowell

Jim Acosta — CNN Anchor Saturday @Acosta

Jonathan Swan — Axios reporter @jonathanvswan

Josh Rogin — Washington Post columnist @joshrogin

Kate Sullivan — CNN White House reporter @KateSullivanDC

Manu Raju — CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent @mkraju

Mehdi Hasan — @mehdirhasan

Natasha Bertrand —CNN reporter covering the White House and national security @NatashaBertrand

Peter Baker — Chief White House Correspondent for The New York Times @peterbakernyt

Ronan Farrow — Investigative reporter New Yorker — @RonanFarrow

Sahil Kapur — NBC Senior National Political Reporter @sahilkapur

Scott MacFarlane — close cover of the indictments and prosecutions of the insurrectionists who attacked the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Yamiche Alcindor — White House Correspondent for PBS NewsHour @Yamiche



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