Patrick Sloyan

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Veteran White House reporters say the vague promise that the president will take questions in the  briefing room  has become all too common.

Is the White House Press Corps Really Necessary?

Veteran White House reporters say the vague promise that the president will take questions in the briefing room has become all too common.

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