All posts by Brigid Godfrey

Conway’s Media Mis-Remarks: The First Two Weeks

Kellyanne Conway has certainly made a splash in her recent runs through the Sunday show and primetime news circuits. As Trump’s former campaign manager, current White House special advisor, and unofficial “Media Mogul” she’s had quite a lot to say since President Trump took the

The Conway Card: Trump’s Own Media Mogul

Kellyanne Conway has been front-and-center as the face of the Trump administration on the Sunday shows and the primetime news circuits alike. How much of an influence did Conway have in Trump’s election victory, and will this influence continue into the administration? As a recently-appointed

DNC Chair Debate Focuses on Grassroots Organizing, Party Funds and Trump

On the stage of The George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium, newly appointed Huffington Post Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen and Washington Bureau Chief Ryan Grim moderated a debate that featured the seven candidates for DNC chairman. The discussion saw a continuing theme of the importance of grassroots organizing, the

MediaFile History: The October Surprise

The media’s favorite phrase in the month of October was “October Surprise,” due to a promise that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange made that didn’t end up coming to fruition. But since that announcement, reporters have been running the phrase during the tumultuous final month of

Tomi Lahren: The ‘Black Sheep’ of Her Demographic

With 301,000 Twitter followers, over 315,000 Instagram followers, 3,219,876 likes on her Facebook page, Tomi Lahren is poised to be the Megyn Kelly of her generation, or better yet the John Oliver of the alt-right. Lahren is a native of South Dakota, a graduate of