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Obama reportedly sent secret letter to Iran’s supreme leader

By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WHITE HOUSE – President Obama wrote a secret letter to Iran’s Supreme Leader describing a shared interest in fighting ISIS, according to people briefed on the correspondence. The letter, reported by the Wall Street Journal, urges Ayatollah Ali Khamenei toward a nuclear agreement. Obama stressed in the letter […]

"I am going to squeeze every last little bit of opportunity to help make this world a better place over these last two years."

Said Barack Obama, responding to one part of a 2-part question from CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta at a press conference yesterday. The part of the question he answered was: "Are you running out of time? How much time...Show More Summary

Heated Immigration Exchange Leaves Obama Shocked CBS's Major Garrett Is 'Working' Him

Wednesday during his post-election press conference CBS News' chief White House correspondent Major Garrett took on President Barack Obama over his insistence he will can only accept the senate version of immigration bill or go ahead with his executive amnesty. Show More Summary

ABC's Jon Karl Hammers Obama on Not Meeting with Congress

Wednesday during his post-election press conference ABC News' chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl took President Barack Obama to task for not even meeting with members of Congress over the last six years. He said, "Mitch McConnell...Show More Summary

Chris Jansing Reporting Her Health to Officials Twice Daily

Some of you have been asking about NBC News senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing who, having returned last week from a reporting trip to Africa with U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power, is back on the job at the White House. Jansing, who was called upon by Pres. Show More Summary

Carney: Obama Will Make Effort to Cooperate with Republican Congress

Tuesday night on CNN, Anderson Cooper asked former White House press secretary and current CNN correspondent Jay Carney what a Republican takeover would mean for the Obama administration. “For those in the White House tonight, they’re looking at the map, it’s obviously not looking good for them,” Cooper said. Show More Summary

Report: Exec Amnesty 'No Matter How Big a Shellacking' For Dems

ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl reported that according to WH officials “the president will move forward with an executive order on immigration reform “no matter how big a shellacking Democrats get tonight” during ABC’s Election coverage on Tuesday. Show More Summary

POLITICO’s Election Night Coverage

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

POLITICO is gearing up for Tuesday’s midterm elections, with its coverage billed “POLITICO LIVE 2014,” to be anchored via live stream by chief White House correspondent and “Playbook” editor Mike Allen. Programming will launch at 8 pm,...Show More Summary

Podcast: Elections, Ferguson, climate change

Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten at the Paltalk News Network about tomorrow's midterm elections, the FCC ban on Ferguson, MO overflights during the protests and riots and a UN report which concludes climate change is almost solely man made.

Podcast: Elections, Ferguson, climate change

Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten at the Paltalk News Network about tomorrow’s midterm elections, the FCC ban on Ferguson, MO overflights during the protests and riots and a UN report which concludes climate change is almost solely man made.

WSJ's Carol Lee: Iowa Voters Definitely Down on Obama

In an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Monday, Wall Street Journal White House correspondent Carol Lee offered some anecdotal proof that President Barack Obama is not faring well among voters in Iowa. That according to Lee is part of the reason why Republican U.S. Show More Summary

Sharyl Attkisson Book: White House Pressured C-SPAN, Plus, Bonus Video of Hacker Controlling Her Computer

Erik Wemple at the Washington Post: Among the juicier tidbits in the new book “Stonewalled” by former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson relates to a tiff between C-SPAN and the White House. As Attkisson tells the story, C-SPAN eminence Brian Lamb interviewed President Obama on Aug. 12, 2010, for a documentary on the White House. […]

Chuck Todd's Obama book says more about the author than it does about the president

hat makes the president tick is the question that preoccupies every White House correspondent. What makes this president tick has become the political question of our age. Distant, disdainful of Washington, somewhat depressive, and famously...Show More Summary

Tensions Rise at White House Briefing -- Reporter Angrily Insists: 'I Don't Like Being Discredited'

Tuesday at the White House press briefing, American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) White House correspondent April Ryan got into a heated exchange with White House press secretary Josh Earnest when she was trying to ask about China's responsibility to help with the Ebola outbreak considering their large economy. Show More Summary

USA Today DC Chief: Obama WH ‘More Dangerous’ to Press than Previous Admins

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

During a White House Correspondents Association event this past weekend, USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page called the Obama White House "more dangerous" to press freedom than any other presidential administration in histo...

Susan Page: Obama 'More Dangerous' to Press than Any Admin in 'American History'

Over the weekend at a White House Correspondents’ Association seminar, USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page leveled an attack at the Obama administration regarding its handling of the press. As pointed out by The Washington Post’s...Show More Summary

CNN: White House Keeping Ebola Czar 'Behind the Curtains'

Monday night on CNN’s “OutFront with Erin Burnett,” Burnett asked CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta why the Obama administration’s new Ebola czar, Ron Klain, has been conspicuously silent on recent disease-related issues like quarantines. Show More Summary

Ed Henry Questions WH for Sending Troops into Ebola Hot Zone without Quarantine Policy

Monday at the daily press briefing, Fox News White House correspondent Ed Henry grilled press secretary Josh Earnest over why U.S. troops are being deployed into an Ebola hot zone without having a quarantine policy in place. "How could the commander-in-chief send U.S. Show More Summary

ABC's Karl Grills WH Over Obama's Absence From Campaign Trail

Monday at the daily press briefing, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl questioned press secretary Josh Earnest over why with only one week left President Barack Obama was not campaigning for any Democrats this weekend. Show More Summary

Podcast: Ebola, Afghanistan, a possible Clinton-Bush showdown

Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones speaks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about the very latest on Ebola (and there’s a lot of news here), the Marines depart Afghanistan and the possibility of a Clinton-Bush showdown for the White House.

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