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Deputy Online Editor

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  District of Columbia , United States
Weekly Standard
1150 17 Th Street, NW Suite 505
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20036
United States

Company Description: The Weekly Standard made its debut on September 18, 1995. Edited by William Kristol and Fred Barnes, the magazine is published 48 times a year by News America...   more

Employment History

  • Reporter
    Weekly Standard
  • Weekly Standard Editor
    Clinton , Inc.
  • Weekly Standard Reporter
    Clinton , Inc.
  • Journalist

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • political science and philosophy
    Tufts University
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The Weekly Standard ^ | ..., 4 Feb 2016 [cached]
The Weekly Standard ^ | Febuary 1, 2016 | DANIEL HALPER
Liberty Tree Board of Directors | Liberty Tree Foundation, 5 Aug 2015 [cached]
- Daniel Halper, Deputy Online Editor, The Weekly Standard
"Daniel Halper, Weekly Standard & Ben Manski, Liberty Tree Foundation join Thom Hartmann.
In his superbly reported book, ..., 5 Dec 2014 [cached]
In his superbly reported book, Clinton Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine [Broadside Books, 2014], Daniel Halper, a reporter with The Weekly Standard, describes the Clinton family's rehabilitation with the public, their friends and their enemies.
Proliferation | JINSA Online, 23 Nov 2011 [cached]
JINSA Visiting Fellow Daniel Halper on how the intelligence community's assessment of Iran's nuclear weapons program has become politicized when clear policy is needed most.
By Daniel ..., 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
By Daniel Halper Broadside Books, 352 pages
In his richly reported debut book, Daniel Halper portrays the once and possibly future First Family not as a dynasty but as a wildly successful family business. Like any other conglomerate, Halper writes, "Clinton, Inc. embarks on a variety of potentially profitable endeavors," adjusting strategies and cutting losses as it "fends off rival brands. All the while it balances the ambitions of its co-CEOs, Bill and Hillary-with Chelsea readying her succession. Ever hungry to boost the political and monetary coffers of the empire, Halper describes the Clintons as "coldhearted" and "capitalistic," their endless participation in politics "just business and one they happen to be very good at."
According to Halper, online editor of the Weekly Standard, it took roughly a decade for the Clintons to restore their market value to its proper place following the conclusion of Bill's second term.
These and other late-breaking scandals, Halper says, "clouded [Bill's] legacy," causing his favorability to drop to 39 percent in the month after he left office.
Halper recruits a vivid cast of grudgingly admiring adversaries and tattling Clintonistas to tell this tale.
Halper even suggests that President Obama, desperate for Bill's charisma on the 2012 campaign trail, struck a quid-pro-quo with Clinton, Inc. Following his reelection, Obama staged a rare joint appearance with Hillary on 60 Minutes to call her "one of the finest secretary of states we've had. Top adviser David Plouffe then declared her "probably the strongest candidate" for 2016.
The book's interviews reveal a privately kind and gentle Hillary and "much less likable" Bill sometimes operating in unison, at other times "two rival business partners disagree[ing] on the best way to move their enterprise forward. Court jesters jockey while scandalous rumors swirl, all at best jostling the Clinton machine. None of it truly mattered. According to Halper, by the time the Clintons swore in Bill De Blasio as the new mayor of New York, they had "successfully graduated from rehab.
Clinton, Inc. by Daniel Halper
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