Former White House correspondent and United Press International bureau chief Don Fulsom has led a full career in the Washington political scene. Born in Buffalo, New York, this former journalist covered the Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Clinton presidencies during his career. His expertise has led to published titles on the Nixon and Clinton presidencies—as well as many articles on various subjects in government.
Fulsom graduated from Syracuse University, where he majored in history. His impressive résumé includes reporting for the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, Esquire, Los Angeles magazine, Regardie’s, and Washington City Paper. With his professional and inside knowledge on political events, he is a sought-after guest on major networks, including CNN, C-SPAN, USATODAY.COM, Voice of America, Fox News Channel, the History Channel, and BBC. He has also appeared on a number of radio shows. Fulsom is a correspondent for Crime Magazine, where he has contributed numerous investigative articles.
An adjunct professor of government at American University, Fulsom teaches a course titled Watergate: A Constitutional Crisis and an honors course titled Who Killed JFK? Both of these courses have been mentioned in the media. Fulsom and his wife reside in Washington, DC.