White House Press Group Will Keep Fighting For On-Camera Briefings

The head of the White House Correspondents’ Association said his organization is fighting to get more press briefings back on camera.

Speaking on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday, outgoing WHCA president and Reuters White House reporter Jeff Mason said the organization will “not accept” the recent ban on televising the daily press conferences.

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One thought on “White House Press Group Will Keep Fighting For On-Camera Briefings

  • July 18, 2017 at 12:44 pm
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    just a minor technical detail of major consequence: what, in heck, is the difference between NOT showing a person in a freshly starched and ironed shirt and showing a person in a freshly starched and ironed shirt? we are NOT speaking here of any developing action film, after all, we are talking here about guys in freshly starched and ironed shirts whose only visible action is opening and closing their mouths … if memory serves, cameras and people who operate them take up space … how about using that space to include MORE journalists in the briefings?
    and an aside: just who elected the whca crowd to give them right to be telling elected people how to perform their business? are you, guys, not getting too big for your britches?

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