Mona Salama occupies a unique space in niche journalism as a political reporter and a fashion aficionado. Before the China Virus wreaked havoc in our nation, Mona traveled to D.C. once or twice a month to cover Congress while cultivating relationships with elected officials and political insiders. However, since the pandemic, reporting on the inner workings of Congress from 200 miles away, solely from the confines of her home, has made it difficult to do her job.
One would think reporting from outside the beltway the last few months would put her at a distinct disadvantage, at least on paper. Mona’s insatiable curiosity and ability to distill complex topics down to what matters to her audience are among the most admired qualities in journalism. They’re universally recognized, whether consumers are consciously looking for them or not, and are what led President Donald Trump to retweet Mona after she helped break the news that the Supreme Court abdicated its responsibility to defend religious freedom.
Wow. Win in 2020!!! https://t.co/q1XDB5BuTY
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 25, 2020
The implication behind Mona’s message was clear, and it’s one that resonated with President Trump: making your voice heard at the ballot box is more important than ever. Aware that the news never sleeps, Mona remains ever vigilant to report the facts without any bias, keeping people informed despite Twitter shadowbanning her account from being seen by her followers.
Aside from reporting on the 2020 election, the White House, and Congress, Mona reports on what the mainstream media and fashion magazines refuse to report — the First Lady Melania Trump and Senior Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump’s initiatives and their impeccable fashion style. Enjoy unique content from Mona by clicking here.