Jacob Weisberg is an American political journalist and commentator. He has been the editor of Slate Magazine and a columnist for the “Financial Times”.
Weisberg is a frequent commentator on National Public Radio. He previously worked for “The New Republic” in Washington, D.C., was a contributing writer for “The New York Times Magazine” and a contributing editor to “Vanity Fair”. Early in his career, he worked for “Newsweek” in the London and Washington bureaus. Weisberg has also worked as a freelance journalist for numerous publications.
Weisberg is the inventor and author of the Bushisms series. He is also the author, with Robert Rubin, of “In An Uncertain World” (2003). Weisberg’s first book, “In Defense of Government”, was published in 1996.
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