12 Facts About David Fahrenthold


David A Fahrenthold was born on 1978 and is an American journalist who writes for The New York Times.


David Fahrenthold has served as a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.


David Fahrenthold's mother is a teacher at Bunker Hill Elementary School and his father a director of risk management.


David Fahrenthold attended Memorial High School, where he wrote for the student newspaper, Anvil and was the captain of the 1996 academic challenge national championship team.


David Fahrenthold attended Harvard University, where he wrote for The Harvard Crimson student newspaper.


David Fahrenthold joined the staff of The Washington Post in 2000, where he has covered the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department, the US Congress, and the federal government.


David Fahrenthold later covered the New England region and environmental issues for the Post before moving onto the political team in 2010.

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David Fahrenthold was a CNN contributor from January 2017 to February 2018, when he became a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.


In May 2016, David Fahrenthold began an effort to verify Trump had made these personal donations.


On October 7,2016, David Fahrenthold broke news of a 2005 Access Hollywood video recording Donald Trump making what Politico characterized as "lewd comments about groping women"; among other remarks, Trump said that his celebrity allowed him to "grab them by the pussy" without consequence.


Once David Fahrenthold broke the story at the Post, both Access Hollywood and NBC News ran stories the same night.


In 2005, David Fahrenthold married Elizabeth Lewis; the two met while attending Harvard.