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Major Garrett

Biography

Major Garrett is a highly sought-after and respected Congressional correspondent who has been at the forefront of our nation’s most important issues of the last decade. He is currently Chief White House correspondent for CBS News and a Columnist-at-Large for National Journal. Before that, Major was a member of CNN’s White House team. He later became the Chief White House Correspondent for the FOX News Channel, where he was universally recognized as the fair and balanced “straight arrow” of the channel. Major regularly appears on CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, and NPR to discuss his reporting and writing on the campaign, the White House, and Congress. He also co-anchored the CBS National Journal GOP presidential debate in South Carolina with CBS Evening News Anchor Scott Pelley. It was one of the best-rated debates and widely heralded as among the most specific, substantive, and informative. Additionally, he acted as National Journal’s managing editor in development of topics and questions for the NBC National Journal GOP debate in Florida.

In addition to being an award-winning reporter, Major’s articles have appeared in magazines such as The Weekly Standard, Washington Monthly, and Mother Jones. He has also written four books: The Enduring Revolution: The Inside Story of the Republican Ascendancy and Why It Will Continue (2006), The Enduring Revolution: How the Contract with America Continues to Shape the Nation (2005), The Fifteen Biggest Lies in Politics (2000), and Common Cents: A Retiring Six-Term Congressman Reveals How Congress Really Works – And What We Must Do to Fix It (1995). His third book, The Enduring Revolution, was hailed as one of the best non-fiction political books of all time.

Major’s roots lie in print journalism. He was an award-winning reporter for several papers, and the senior editor and Congressional correspondent for U.S. News and World Report. He also served as a Congressional reporter and deputy national editor for The Washington Times. After his success in that medium, he made the move to television. He joined CNN’s White House team in 2000, later moving to FOX News in 2002. He became FOX’s chief White House correspondent in 2009 and earned a coveted front-row seat in the White House briefing room. Garrett then moved back to print media as a correspondent for the National Journal, where he penned his own weekly column, “All Powers,” which focused on Congress and national politics.
 


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Major Garrett is a highly sought-after and respected Congressional correspondent who has been at the forefront of our nation’s most important issues of the last decade. He is currently Chief White House correspondent for CBS News and a Columnist-at-Large for National Journal. Before that, Major was a member of CNN’s White House team. He later became the Chief White House Correspondent for the FOX News Channel, where he was universally recognized as the fair and balanced “straight arrow” of channel. Major regularly appears on CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, and NPR to discuss his reporting and writing on the campaign, the White House, and Congress. He also co-anchored the CBS National Journal GOP presidential debate in South Carolina with CBS Evening News Anchor Scott Pelley. It was one of the best-rated debates and widely heralded as among the most specific, substantive, and informative. Additionally, he acted as National Journal’s managing editor in development of topics and questions for the NBC National Journal GOP debate in Florida.

In addition to being an award-winning reporter, Major’s articles have appeared in magazines such as The Weekly Standard, Washington Monthly, and Mother Jones. He has also written four books: The Enduring Revolution: The Inside Story of the Republican Ascendancy and Why It Will Continue (2006), The Enduring Revolution: How the Contract with America Continues to Shape the Nation (2005), The Fifteen Biggest Lies in Politics (2000), and Common Cents: A Retiring Six-Term Congressman Reveals How Congress Really Works – And What We Must Do to Fix It (1995). His third book, The Enduring Revolution, was hailed as one of the best non-fiction political books of all time.

Major’s roots lie in print journalism. He was an award-winning reporter for several papers, and the senior editor and Congressional correspondent for U.S. News and World Report. He also served as a Congressional reporter and deputy national editor for The Washington Times. After his success in that medium, he made the move to television. He joined CNN’s White House team in 2000, later moving to FOX News in 2002. He became FOX’s chief White House correspondent in 2009 and earned a coveted front-row seat in the White House briefing room. Garrett then moved back to print media as a correspondent for the National Journal, where he penned his own weekly column, “All Powers,” which focused on Congress and national politics.
 

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