In 2011, at 24 years old, David Litt was hired as a White House speechwriter. For the next four and a half years, he wrote speeches for President Obama. Along with remarks for policy addresses and political rallies, he was the lead writer on four White House Correspondents' Dinners, the so-called "State of the Union of jokes." His 2017 memoir, "Thanks, Obama: My Hopey Changey White House Years" was a New York Times bestseller. His writing has appeared in print and online for the New York Times, The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, GQ, and The Onion, and he was the head writer for Funny Or Die DC through the 2018 midterm elections. David lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Jacqui, and their cats, Harry and Maisie.Read more Read less
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