Award-winning White House journalist Keith Koffler has a rare level of insight into Washington, the presidency, and politics. Stationed primarily at the White House, Keith has spent 20 years delivering his brand of hard-hitting journalism, covering Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, as well as Congress and the lobbyists.
Known for his penetrating analysis, humor, and conservative values, Keith will open the curtain on Washington for your organization with style, wit, and substance few can provide.
Meantime, his rate will save you vast sums of money over hiring Hillary Clinton. And Keith is not known for throwing lamps or making diva demands.
Keith will work with you to provide a presentation tailored to your needs. Sample topics include:
- The Obama legacy: debt, decline, and danger;
- The rise of Islamism and Iran as America cedes its leading role in the Middle East;
- The United States and Israel: The decline of a sacred alliance;
- How Republicans can win the White House in 2016 with a conservative message – and by appropriating Obama’s formula for success;
- The 2016 Republican field: their individual strengths, weaknesses, and prospects for winning;
- Who’s afraid of Hillary Clinton?
Keith Koffler has been a reporter for CongressDaily, National Journal magazine, and Roll Call.
Since 2010, Keith has been editor of White House Dossier, the only 24/7, totally independent, and fully unauthorized White House news website. It delivers a unique blend of White House reporting, commentary and analysis – with frequent doses of humor and satire – to carry forward journalism’s central mission of holding the powerful to account. The website, which features a conservative perspective, focuses mainly on President Obama, his administration, and his opponents.
REDLINE, which is also written by Keith, is the Internet’s best morning news tip sheet for conservatives.
Keith has also written for a variety of other news organizations, including Politico, Reuters, The Daily Caller, and The London Observer, and appeared on Fox News, C-Span, Sirius XM’s POTUS radio, and numerous other radio and TV outlets. He currently writes regular opinion columns for Reuters.
His work has been cited by countless major domestic and international news outlets and commentators, including the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, the Drudge Report, the New York Times, the Washington Times, the BBC, the Washington Post, the London Telegraph, the Daily Mail, Politico, the Daily Caller, the Huffington Post, the Weekly Standard and National Review.
Keith is a past winner of the $10,000 Force of Language prize for writing from the publishers of The Atlantic magazine.
Keith sets his own hours, so he is very flexible. Book Keith today!