Deputy Bureau Chief

Matt Viser

iser is the deputy Washington bureau chief, where he also covers national politics and the 2016 presidential campaign. He covered the 2012 presidential election, closely following Republican nominee Mitt Romney, and also has covered Congress and the Massachusetts delegation. He also writes about coffee on the Globe’s Double Shot page. A graduate of the University of North Carolina, he has been at the Globe since 2004 and previously reported for the State House bureau, the City Hall bureau, and Globe West.

Latest stories

Comey, Mueller have been allies, and now spotlight is on them

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James Comey and Robert Mueller, both former FBI directors, are central figures in the investigation of the Trump administration and Russian election meddling.

A siege of scandal news envelops Washington

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It’s been a spring of political assertions and denials, and now a long, broiling summer is about to unfold.


‘The country is being tested in unprecedented ways’

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The White House was reeling from reports that President Trump had asked James Comey to end the FBI investigation into Michael Flynn and that Trump had disclosed secret information to the Russians.

Democrats lack strong voice amid Trump’s Russia investigation meltdown

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Where are the strong leaders who can speak credibly for the entire party and present a forceful counterweight to President Trump?