Jeremy Venook is a research analyst for the Moscow Project. He previously worked as an editorial fellow at The Atlantic, where he wrote extensively about President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest, and as a City Year AmeriCorps member in Boston. Originally from San Francisco, Venook received a bachelor’s degree in social studies from Harvard in 2015 and a secondary in film studies.

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If Mueller didn’t follow the money, Congress must: There are huge red flags regarding potential Russian financial improprieties in the electionDaily NewsMay 14, 2019
Trump’s ‘Long History’ of Financial Dealings with the Saudis Complicates the Khashoggi AffairThe National InterestOctober 25, 2018
Why You Shouldn’t Be a Russiagate SkepticPoliticoFebruary 22, 2018