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Trymaine Lee

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Charles Payne responds to Joe Biden's 'you ain't black' comments

 

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Trymaine Lee On Biden Comments On Race: 'Comments That Could Be Problematic' | MSNBC

 

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Into America Podcast | Hosted By Trymaine Lee | NBC News And MSNBC‌

 

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Trymaine Lee Remembers Hurricane Katrina | MSNBC

 

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Trymaine Lee Remembers The Ferguson Protests | MSNBC

 

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Trymaine D. Lee is an American journalist. He shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage of Hurricane Katrina as part of a team at The Times-Picayune of New Orleans. From 2006 to 2010, Lee wrote for The New York Times and from early 2011 to November 2012 he was a senior reporter at The Huffington Post. Since then Lee is a national reporter for MSNBC, where he writes for the network's digital arm.
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  • Personal 

  • Background 

  • ''The New York Times'' 

  • ''The Huffington Post'' 

  • Reporting on Trayvon Martin 

  • Pulitzer Prize