National political investigative reporter Education: Syracuse University, degrees in political science and journalism
Michael Kranish is a national political investigative reporter for The Washington Post. He is the co-author of The Post’s biography "Trump Revealed," as well as biographies of John F. Kerry and Mitt Romney. A Washington-area native, he is also the author of "Flight from Monticello: Thomas Jefferson at War." He previously was the deputy chief of the Washington Bureau of the Boston Globe. Earlier in his career, he worked for the Miami Herald and the Lakeland (Fla.) Ledger.
Honors & Awards:
Society of Professional Journalists, Washington Correspondence, 2016, "Divided Nation"
Society of American Business Editors and Writers, 2016, "Divided Nation"
Dirksen prize for congressional reporting, 2013, "Broken City"
New York Times bestseller list, "Trump Revealed," 2016
Professional Affiliations: Society of Professional Journalists Books by Michael Kranish:
New revelations about the president’s efforts to influence Ukraine are fueling questions about whether Trump used his office to try to force a foreign country to take actions to damage his political opponents.