Jeremy Venook is a research associate at American Progress. He previously worked as an editorial fellow at The Atlantic, where he wrote extensively about President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest, and as a City Year AmeriCorps member in Boston. Originally from San Francisco, Venook received a bachelor’s degree in social studies from Harvard in 2015 and a secondary in film studies.

By Jeremy Venook
Coronavirus Data: What We Still Need to Know to Reopen SafelyCenter for American Progress ActionJune 22, 2020
Trump’s Record on Police Brutality and Peaceful Protests: Making the Problem WorseCenter for American Progress ActionJune 15, 2020
Are These States Cooking the Books on Coronavirus Data?Center for American Progress ActionMay 27, 2020
20 Conspiracy Theories Trump Has Pushed Before and During His PresidencyCenter for American Progress ActionMay 19, 2020
The FBI Botched the Russia Investigation in 2016Center for American Progress ActionApril 24, 2020
Coronavirus Crisis Shows What Trump Learned From ImpeachmentCenter for American Progress ActionApril 6, 2020
Impeachment Trial Witnesses: Who the Senate Should Call and What They KnowCenter for American Progress ActionJanuary 15, 2020
Conspiracy Against the United States: The Story of Trump and RussiaCenter for American Progress ActionNovember 27, 2018