Jamie Dean

Jamie is national editor of WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously worked for the Charlotte World. Jamie has covered politics, disasters, religion, and more for WORLD. She resides in Charlotte, N.C. Follow Jamie on Twitter @deanworldmag.

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Coronavirus strikes the White House and Congress

Coronavirus | Outbreak upends the presidential campaign—and possibly a Supreme Court confirmation
by Jamie Dean
Posted 10/03/20, 02:16 pm

President Donald Trump’s physician reported the president was doing “very well” on Saturday morning after checking into Walter Reed Hospital on Friday evening to undergo treatment for the coronavirus. 

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An ugly debate

Politics | No clear winner emerges as Donald Trump and Joe Biden tussle
by Jamie Dean
Posted 9/30/20, 08:49 am

Some news networks billed Tuesday night’s presidential debate as “the main event,” but it was more slugfest than thriller in Cleveland: President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden exchanged derision and disdain over 90 minutes filled with interruptions and insults as an exasperated moderator pleaded for order.

The candidates faced off for the first time after six months of the most untraditional presidential campaign in modern history. Trump entered the night as the presumable underdog, with a string of recent polls reporting he trailed Biden.

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Following the chain of command

Election | Mike Pence has brought a low-key but active approach to the vice presidency
by Jamie Dean
Posted 9/24/20, 04:00 pm

Less than six months after Mike Pence became vice president of the United States, he offered intriguing advice to the graduating class of Grove City College. 

“Servant leadership, not selfish ambition, must be the animating force of the career that lies before you,” he told graduates of the Christian school. “Don’t fear criticism. Have the humility to listen to it. Learn from it. And most importantly, push through it. Persistence is the key.”

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