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  2. Dan Froomkin - Wikipedia

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    Dan Froomkin is an independent journalist. He was a senior writer and Washington editor for The Intercept.

  3. Dan Froomkin – The Intercept

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    Dan Froomkin is the former Washington editor of The Intercept.. An outspoken proponent of accountability journalism, he wrote the popular “White House Watch” column at the Washington Post from ...

  4. The latest Tweets from Dan Froomkin's White House Watch (@froomkin). Editor of White House Watch. Previously seen @theintercept @huffpost @washingtonpost email me at froomkin@whitehousewatch.com. Washington, DC

  5. A. Michael Froomkin | University of Miami School of Law

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    Professor Froomkin is the founder and editor-in-chief of JOTWELL: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots), an online law journal that publishes reviews of the best new scholarship relating to the law. He is also the founder of the We Robot conference on legal and policy issues relating to robotics.

  6. Teaching. The University of Miami is not actually in Miami, but in nearby Coral Gables.. Here is the City Beautiful’s homepage and a map of our neighborhood and a close-up.

  7. Dan Froomkin | Facebook

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    Dan Froomkin is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Dan Froomkin and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the...

  8. Froomkin Family History - Ancestry.com

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    The Froomkin family name was found in the USA in 1920. In 1920 there were 2 Froomkin families living in Ohio. This was about 50% of all the recorded Froomkin's in the USA.

  9. The Froomkin firing - The New York Times

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    I’m a bit late on this, but the Washington Post has fired Dan Froomkin, of the White House Watch blog.. On the face of it, it’s a puzzling decision. Aside from the excellence of Froomkin’s work, he’s popular with readers.

  10. Raising the possibility of Donald Trump invoking emergency powers rather than get impeached or lose reelection, the Brennan Center for Justice on Wednesday challenged Congress to immediately start reviewing statutory provisions that release the president from many legal constraints upon his declaration of a national emergency.

  11. White House - The Washington Post

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    White House aides did not say why Trump and the first lady chose not to walk across the street to Blair House, which other presidents have done.