Jacqueline Alemany is a multimedia reporter covering President Donald Trump and the White House for CBS News based out of Washington, D.C. Alemany has been with CBS News since 2012, writing and reporting for CBSNews.com on domestic and foreign policy, U.S. politics, and general interest news. She has also appeared on CBS Newspath and the online streaming network CBSN. Before covering the White House, she covered the 2016 presidential election for CBS, based in the states of New Hampshire and Ohio. During campaign season, Alemany broke numerous stories alongside deeply reported and original features. Prior to the 2016 campaign, she was a broadcast associate for "Face the Nation" with Bob Schieffer, where she was a part of the Emmy-award winning show team and reported on the 2014 midterms for CBSNews.com. She is proficient in Spanish and served as a translator and producer for CBS Evening News and "60 Minutes" in Havana after the U.S. re-established diplomatic relations with Cuba in December of 2014. Alemany graduated from Harvard in 2011 with a concentration in government where she was captain of the women's basketball team.