Scott Horsley, photo courtesy of NPR. NPR’s White House reporter Ari Shapiro has been replaced on the White House Correspondents Association board of directors by NPR’s Scott Horsley. The board voted Friday to elevate Horsley to theShow More Summary
NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd told the hosts of MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Friday that the problematic roll-out of the Affordable Care Act represents an all-time political low for President Barack Obama.
Appearing on Thursday's NBC Today, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd matter-of-factly declared that ObamaCare was always going to be a bad deal for some Americans: "There are always winners and losers in any piece of legislation. Show More Summary
NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd told Today host Matt Lauer on Thursday that the president has put himself in a more difficult position that many had initially imagined by not being clear about what the effects of the Affordable Care Act would be.
Yesterday CNN's Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reported that the White House has until Friday to come up with some kind of...
CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash told her network’s anchors on Tuesday that the end of the week is the “de facto deadline” at which point the White House needs to have settled on a series of fixes to address the crisis of Americans losing their health coverage.
Trying to deflect from the political damage ObamaCare has done to Democrats, on Monday's NBC Today, White House correspondent Peter Alexander hyped GOP divisions: "...the Republican Party is facing a war within....Republicans have an...Show More Summary
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Touting chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd's exclusive interview with President Obama on Thursday, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams proclaimed: "We are all about to hear the President of the United States apologize, and not...Show More Summary
NBC News’s Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd is hardly one of us nor is he a reporter looking for opportunities to hammer President Obama. In fact, most of the time, Todd excels at making up excuses for Mr. Obama, no matter how far-fetched. But the fiasco which is the rollout of ObamaCare’s health insurance […]
While NBC chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd did question President Obama on the failed ObamaCare rollout during an exclusive interview on Tuesday, the network political director tried to downplay the notion that the commander-in-chief...Show More Summary
Peter Baker is a White House correspondent for the New York Times and author of the excellent "Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House". We spoke on Wednesday, and a lightly edited transcript of our conversation follows.
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NBC News White House correspondent Chuck Todd will sit down with President Obama for his first interview about the Obamacare rollout this afternoon. The interview, which will take place at the White House, will cover “the launch of healthcare.gov and the administration’s plans going forward,” NBC News says. Show More Summary
A house divided Peter Baker, a White House correspondent and author of a new book on the George Bush-Dick Cheney presidency, explains how the two men’s biographies affected the approaches they took to power and why they moved apart during...Show More Summary
PETER BAKER, a long-time White House correspondent, explains why George Bush and Dick Cheney often took opposite sides on issues, and how Mr Bush has left a legacy still felt today
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While discussing the numerous ObamaCare failures on Wednesday's NBC Today, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd felt it necessary to gratuitously bash Republicans: "And suddenly you have the picture of two parties, a Democratic...Show More Summary
Chuck Todd, the chief White House correspondent for NBC News, told Morning Joe that President Obama’s promise that people would be able to keep their health insurance under the Affordable Care Act was predicated on insurance companies being able to offer affordable policies that complied with the new law, even though he knew that would […]