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a group of journalists representing different publications who all cover the same topics

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Thus began the trip of a lifetime, as a member of the White House Press Corps.
However, neither the website nor the Twitter account is affiliated with the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA), the group of journalists that represents the White House press corps in its dealings with the administration.
Why did Thomas blurt out the comment that led to her forced resignation from the White House Press corps for Hearst papers?
Thomas, 89, who used her frontrow seat at the White House Press Corps to grill 10 presidents, lost her coveted perch on Monday following her remarks that Israelis should leave Palestine.
Since Thomas' comments, she has been dropped by her public relations agency, Nine Speakers Inc, and calls have been made for her to resign from the White House press corps.
There were times when he was prepared to say this isn't going anywhere, and we had to work to find ways to convince him that we could actually be productive and get additional work done, Kerry told the White House press corps.
In addition, the President's attendance at D-Day ceremonies made coordination with the White House Press Corps and the U.
He presented Helen Thomas, from the White House press corps, with cupcakes to mark the milestone.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs ridiculed the British newspaper's story and told the White House press corps on May 27 that "none of the photographs in question depict the images described in the article.
And it is equally true to say that the Presidents knew Ralph Harris, but so did the councillors and aldermen in Birkenhead, where he was a cub reporter, learning the accuracy and crisp style of writing which would make him one of the most important journalists of his generation - the doyen of the White House press corps, as he was known to colleagues.
After eight years of hanging on to his every word for a good laugh, I was not disappointed when, with his last gasp as president, he told the White House press corps how "disappointed" he was not to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq before railing against the world for landing him with the credit crunch on his watch.
Appearing in front of the White House press corps for possibly the last time, Bush began by joking with journalists.
Bush's jousting with the White House press corps shows he has learned nothing during a disastrous eight years.
In "Conveying Presidential News: The White House Press Corps Covers the President," I discuss how the White House press corps has its own criteria for what is a presidential story and ways to dig out information reporters consider relevant to their coverage of the White House.
I would happily have surrendered the unwinnable wager - and thus Barack's fabulous victory - to see my friend Deborah, a wise and wonderful member of the White House press corps, proved right just one more time.
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