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Debra J. Saunders

Review-Journal White House correspondent
Twitter: @debrajsaunders

Debra J. Saunders joined the Review Journal as White House correspondent in December 2016, after 24 years writing a usually conservative opinion-page column for the San Francisco Chronicle. She has a B.A. in Greek and Latin from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, which may or may not prepare her for covering the Trump White House. She is syndicated with Creators Syndicate.

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Citizenship question brings concern for US census undercount

The Trump administration’s decision to add a question to the 2020 census has met with fierce opposition from critics who argue that it will discourage immigrants — legal and undocumented — from participating in the 2020 count of the country’s population.

Trump’s veto threat is latest act in White House drama — ANALYSIS

In past White Houses, the removal of a national security adviser would be the culmination of much drama and hand-wringing. Yet President Donald Trump’s decision Thursday to replace H.R. McMaster with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton was only Act III in another week at the Trump White House.

For Trump and CPAC, what a difference a year makes — ANALYSIS

One year ago, when the Conservative Political Action Conference convened for its annual gathering, participants were positive about Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory, gleeful that Hillary Clinton did not win, but unsure about what the future would bring. So they danced around their new leader’s ascent gingerly.

Trump, Republicans go on a spending spree — ANALYSIS

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney would not allow cameras into the briefing room as he outlined President Donald Trump’s budget to reporters. He explained, “This is going to be really, really boring and really, really hard.”