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... A frequent nickname style is (adjective) Mc(noun), something that began with former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan being dubbed "Puffy McMoonface ... White House Press Secretary Dana Perino is often referred to as "The Lying Sack of Cute" or "Tiny Dancer of Deception." McConnell has recent gained another nickname ...
... White House Chief of Staff Jim Gardener (R-MD), Chief of Staff to Presidents Bridges and Allen Deputy White House Chief of Staff Dan Pierce White House Press Secretary Hale ... White House Press Secretary Kelly Ludlow, former communications director and speechwriter for Vice President Allen, elevated to Press Secretary after Richardson's termination ... Deputy White House Press Secretary Alex Williams, fired by Kelly Ludlow following disrespectful comments while inebriated more qualified for press secretary than Kelly, felt the president ...
... The White House Press Secretary is a senior White House official whose primary responsibility is to act as spokesperson for the government administration ... The Press Secretary is responsible for collecting information about actions and events within the president's administration and issues the administration's reactions to developments ... The Press Secretary interacts with the media, and deals with the White House press corps on a daily basis, generally in a daily press briefing ...
... Roosevelt, former journalist Stephen Early became the first White House secretary charged only with press responsibilities ... high-profile nature of the job have lead many to state that Early is the first true White House Press Secretary, both in function and in formal title ... the military paper Stars and Stripes and also as a reporter for the Associated Press ...
... Reference Jim Brady Illinois, 1962 White House Press Secretary, 1981-1989 during the Reagan Administration ... McLarty III Arkansas, 1969 White House Chief of Staff, 1993-1994 during the Clinton Administration ... Ross Missouri, 1905 White House Press Secretary, 1945-1950 during the Truman Administration ...
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