Emily Schultheis

Emily Schultheis Emily Schultheis is a political reporter for National Journal. Before coming to National Journal, she spent three years covering campaigns and politics at Politico. In 2013, she was one of ten American journalists selected for the Arthur F. Burns reporting fellowship in Germany; she spent two months living in Berlin and covering the German elections for Spiegel International and Politico. A San Francisco Bay Area native, Emily graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011.
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O’Malley on the Bubble for Next Democratic Debate

January 8, 2016 Could Mar­tin O’Mal­ley be the odd man out at next week’s Demo­crat­ic de­bate in South Car­o­lina? Newly re­leased cri­ter­ia from NBC News, which is host­ing the de­bate, sug­gests he’s right on the cusp of the re­quired polling num­bers to par­ti­cip­ate in the Jan. 17 gath­er­ing in Char­le­ston, South Car­o­lina—but the...

Clinton Says ISIS Is Using Trump as a Recruiting Tool. Is She Right?

December 21, 2015 Hil­lary Clin­ton said Sat­urday night dur­ing the Demo­crat­ic de­bate that Is­lam­ic State of Ir­aq and Syr­ia is us­ing Don­ald Trump’s com­ments about Muslim im­mig­ra­tion as a re­cruit­ing tool. “He is be­com­ing IS­IS’s best re­cruit­er,” she said, dur­ing a dis­cus­sion about for­eign policy and the rise of IS­IS in the Middle...

Hillary Clinton Links Guns, Terrorism in Security Address

December 15, 2015 After the San Bern­ardino at­tacks, Demo­crats were eager to talk about gun policy. Re­pub­lic­ans were eager to dis­cuss do­mest­ic ter­ror­ism. Hil­lary Clin­ton wants to the two top­ics in­to one con­ver­sa­tion. At a coun­terter­ror­ism speech in Min­neapol­is Tues­day, Clin­ton cri­ti­cized Re­pub­lic­ans for re­fus­ing to make a con­nec­tion between ac­cess­ible guns and...

Sanders Looks to Reconcile National Security and Socialism

November 20, 2015 Bernie Sanders had two goals Thursday af­ter­noon when he stepped on stage for his ma­jor speech at Geor­getown: to fi­nally of­fer an ex­plan­a­tion of what he means when he de­scribes him­self as a “Demo­crat­ic so­cial­ist,” and to prove his bona fides on for­eign policy is­sues. Try­ing to ac­com­plish them to­geth­er...

State Releases Another Trove of Hillary Clinton Emails

November 2, 2015 The State De­part­ment re­leased more than 7,000 pages of Hil­lary Clin­ton’s emails Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon, a move that will provide more in­sight in­to Clin­ton’s four-year ten­ure as sec­ret­ary of State but is un­likely to in­clude any bomb­shells. The new trove of emails—the sixth such re­lease from State—came largely from mes­sages that...

Hillary Clinton Celebrates Her Political Fortune

October 26, 2015 Hil­lary Clin­ton stepped out onto the stage in Old Town Al­ex­an­dria on a gor­geous fall day with her old friend, Vir­gin­ia Gov. Terry McAul­iffe, and worked the rope line, shak­ing hands with sup­port­ers and smil­ing. “Let me ask you, Vir­gini­ans: do we love Hil­lary Clin­ton?” McAul­iffe bel­lowed, to cheers from...

Hillary Clinton Faces the Benghazi Committee

October 22, 2015 In a highly an­ti­cip­ated ap­pear­ance be­fore the Benghazi Com­mit­tee on Cap­it­ol Hill, Hil­lary Clin­ton on Thursday said she was there to hon­or the memory of the four Amer­ic­ans killed in the 2012 at­tacks and called for bi­par­tis­an re­spect and co­oper­a­tion in the wake of ques­tions about “par­tis­an agen­das.” “We should...

Biden Announces He Is Not Running For President

October 21, 2015 Vice Pres­id­ent Joe Biden will not run for pres­id­ent in 2016, he an­nounced at the White House Wed­nes­day, put­ting an end to weeks and months of spec­u­la­tion about wheth­er he would enter and re­shape the race for the Demo­crat­ic nom­in­a­tion. “As my fam­ily and I have worked through the griev­ing...

Pressure Points as Clinton, Sanders Square Off in First Debate

October 13, 2015 LAS VE­GAS—When the 2016 Demo­crat­ic pres­id­en­tial field con­venes here Tues­day night, they’ll do so with a clear schism in the field: It’s Hil­lary Clin­ton, Bernie Sanders, and every­body else. And so when the five do meet for their first de­bate, they’ll be do­ing it with very dif­fi­cult goals in mind....

Looking Ahead to Her Benghazi Testimony, Hillary Clinton and Allies Revel in House GOP's Jumble

October 9, 2015 As House Re­pub­lic­ans des­cen­ded in­to chaos Thursday with the sur­prise an­nounce­ment that Rep. Kev­in Mc­Carthy is no longer seek­ing to run for House Speak­er, one group of people had cause for cel­eb­ra­tion: Hil­lary Clin­ton and her al­lies. Clin­ton is slated to be on the Hill on Oct. 22 for her...

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