Vivian Salama joined The Wall Street Journal in May 2018 to cover the White House.
She previously worked at NBC News, where she also covered the Trump White House and national politics.
Vivian moved to Washington in 2016, having worked as a foreign correspondent for over a decade, reporting from more than 60 countries.
Her byline has appeared in dozens of publications, including the Associated Press, Bloomberg News, Foreign Affairs and Time.
She served as the AP's Baghdad bureau chief from 2014 to 2016 at the height of ISIS's blitzkrieg across Iraq and Syria.