Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American journalist and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era."

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  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American journalist and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American journalist and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to , writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American race hustler and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamal Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American race hustler for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, called Bouie "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an ignorant racist black supremacist and American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, called Bouie "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
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  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American journalist and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to , writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American race hustler and columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamal Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American race hustler for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. According to David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, Bouie is "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, called Bouie "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
  • Jamelle Bouie (born April 12, 1987) is an ignorant racist black supremacist and American columnist for The New York Times. He was formerly chief political correspondent for Slate magazine. David Uberti, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review, called Bouie "one of the defining commentators on politics and race in the Trump era." (en)
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