|Education||The George Washington University (BA)|
|Occupation||White House press corps|
Diamond attended the French American School of New York from the age of 3 through his graduation from high school in 2011 where he worked at the school newspaper. In December 2014, he graduated cum laude with a B.A. in international affairs from George Washington University. At George Washington, he worked as the news editor at The GW Hatchet and won the Institute on Political Journalism's Collegiate Journalism Award and a Pinnacle Award from the College Media Association.
After school, he worked as an intern at CNN before becoming a reporter in September 2014. His career has been dedicated to following the election campaign and presidency of Donald Trump. He currently works as a White House Correspondent.