Jason M. Breslow

Former Digital Editor

The FRONTLINE Interviews: "The Choice 2016"
In reporting The Choice 2016, FRONTLINE conducted dozens of interviews over hundreds of hours in order to better understand the people, moments and forces that have shaped Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. FRONTLINE is publishing 18 of these conversations. Taken together, this collection offers new insights into who the candidates are -- and how they might lead as president.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Omarosa Manigault
"Every critic, every detractor will have to bow down to President Trump," says Omarosa Manigault, one of the stars of the first season of "The Apprentice," in an interview with FRONTLINE.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Betsy Ebeling
Betsy Ebeling has known Hillary Clinton since the two met in the sixth grade. In the 50+ years since then, she has been there for many of the most pivotal moments of Clinton's life. In this interview with FRONTLINE, she recalls episodes ranging from the time the two went as teenagers to see Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speak, to her visit to the White House to be with Hillary Clinton as the details of the Monica Lewinsky scandal became public.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Sandy McIntosh
There is something familiar about Donald Trump's rhetoric on the 2016 campaign trail, says Sandy McIntosh, a former classmate from the New York Military Academy. He calls it "echoes of the barracks life that we had and that we grew out of."
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Barbara Res
Barbara Res once ran Donald Trump's construction projects, including his trademark Trump Tower in Manhattan. "Donald told me that he thought that men were better than women at this, especially in this field," she says. "But he said a good woman is better than 10 good men."
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Robert Reich
Robert Reich never worried about Hillary Clinton mastering the details of public policy. Instead, he tells FRONTLINE, he worried about her surviving the "snipers" and "minefield" of Washington, D.C.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Tony Schwartz
The man who wrote "The Art of the Deal" with Donald Trump now says he regrets the role the best-selling memoir had in catapulting the New York businessman to new levels of fame in the 1980s.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Dennis Ross
"The Hillary Doctrine" is a doctrine "that basically said you need American engagement," says Ambassador Dennis Ross, a former advisor to Hillary Clinton at the State Department, in this interview with FRONTLINE.
September 27, 2016
The FRONTLINE Interview: Roger Stone
Donald Trump understands "the politics of polarization," says longtime GOP operative Roger Stone. It's one reason why his candidacy has been so successful, he says.
September 27, 2016
America in 2016: Partisan, Fearful and Angry
As Republicans and Democrats begin gathering for their national conventions, the partisan divide between both parties is the widest it's been in at least a quarter century.
July 18, 2016
Quiz: Spot the Illegal Police Stop
The stakes in a police stop can be high. What an officer discovers during a stop -- and how -- helps determine whether someone is allowed to carry on with their day, whether they’ll go to jail and even what type of evidence is used at trial.
June 28, 2016
Policing In America: 10 Questions With Jelani Cobb
He's one of the nation's foremost journalists on race and politics, but Jelani Cobb says he was surprised by what he saw while riding along with a police unit in Newark.
June 28, 2016