Fox in the Whitehouse

Friday, April 28, 2006

Transcript

It used to be quite common for presidents to reach into the ranks of the press corps to find their spokesmen. But for almost three decades now, press secretaries have come with P.R. bona fides – not journalistic ones. Bush’s appointment this week of Fox News TV and radio personality Tony Snow to the job reverses that trend. ABC News political director Mark Halperin tells Brooke that it’s a step in the right direction for the Bush team.

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