Eugene Daniels is in demand for his talents as a moderator
White House Correspondent and Co-Author of Politico’s daily newsletter Playbook, EUGENE DANIELS draws on his vast experience in the political sphere to moderate timely and topical conversations. As a journalist who covered the 2016 and 2020 elections through print, video, and podcasts, Daniels is known for his ability to moderate conversations from opposite sides of the aisle and host a productive, educational conversation that honors everyone’s opinions. He is well-versed in handling delicate conversations, exemplified by how he moderated Politico’s Confronting Inequality Town Hall series that examined how inequities in policing, housing, healthcare, education and employment permeate and plague the United States during the height of the country’s reckoning with race in 2020. Daniels is frequently praised as a moderator who keeps the conversation flowing and fair, as well as entertaining for audiences.
Eugene Daniels is a Playbook author and White House correspondent, with a focus on Vice President Kamala Harris, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, the Second Gentleman and emerging power players in Washington. Since joining Politico in 2018, he’s covered the midterms, the Democratic presidential primary and general election through print, video journalism and podcasts.
Eugene will continue to leverage Politico's many platforms as part of the Playbook team. During the country’s reckoning with race in 2020, Eugene moderated Politico's Confronting Inequality Town Hall series that examined how inequities in policing, housing, healthcare, education and employment permeate and plague the United States.
Prior to Politico, Eugene covered the 2016 primary, general election and national politics as a political reporter at Newsy. He began his career in local television in Colorado Springs and graduated from Colorado State University in 2012.