The White House press corps is a resilient group of journalists who seek the truth and keep administrations accountable. This week, we take a look at the top White House newspaper reporters and correspondents based on their Twitter following. Metrics were pulled on August 10, 2018 and may change over time.
1. Maggie Haberman -- White House Correspondent, The New York Times -- 893,340
2. Philip Rucker -- White House Bureau Chief, The Washington Post -- 260,720
3. Ashley Parker -- White House Reporter, The Washington Post -- 208,958
4. Peter Baker -- Chief White House Correspondent, The New York Times -- 183,882
5. Josh Dawsey -- White House Reporter, The Washington Post -- 133,133
6. Julie Davis -- White House Reporter, The New York Times -- 95,953
7. Michael D. Shear -- White House Correspondent, The New York Times -- 73,740
8. Seung Min Kim -- White House Reporter, The Washington Post -- 72,829
9. Eli Stokols -- White House Reporter, The Los Angeles Times -- 54,828
10. Rebecca Ballhaus -- White House Reporter, The Wall Street Journal -- 47,186
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