James Philip “Jamie” Rubin is a news journalist, commentator, and former assistant to President Bill Clinton. He served under President Clinton as assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Chief Spokesman for the State Department from 1997 to May 2000. Since leaving government, Rubin has been a Visiting Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, and the host of PBS’ “Wide Angle” series, a weekly international affairs program.
After serving as chief foreign policy spokesman for General Wesley Clark’s presidential campaign, Rubin worked for Democratic nominee John Kerry, serving as a senior advisor for national security affairs. In October 2005, Rubin became lead news anchor on “World News Tonight” on Sky News.
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