Don Fulsom is a freelance writer/editor/researcher who was a White House correspondent during the Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton presidencies—and a UPI bureau chief in Washington for seven years. He is the political correspondent for the Web site crimemagazine.com, where he has written 16 investigative articles. He has also written for The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Esquire, Los Angeles, Washington City Paper and Regardie's. He is also the author of The Billary Quiz, a 1994 news/humor paperback about our former First Couple.
Fulsom is an adjunct professor of government at American University in Washington. He has taught “The Presidency.” And is now teaching “Watergate: A Constitutional Crisis.” Fulsom is the faculty advisor for the weekly half-hour student-run news program on the campus TV station, ATV. In 2008, Fulsom addressed the Kennedy Political Union at AU on “The Modern Presidency.” Fulsom has been interviewed about political events on CNN, C-SPAN, USA TODAY.COM, Voice of America, Fox News Channel, the BBC, and the syndicated “Gary Null Show” on U.S. radio.