Friday, May 27, 2005
It’s a ritual of diplomacy we’ve all come to expect - foreign dignitary visits White House, and the two leaders hold a press availability. But when Afghan president Hamid Karzai dropped in this week, many White House reporters took a pass. White House staffers reportedly scrambled to fill empty seats with interns. Did it signify newfound spine on the part of reporters? Brooke speaks with Ron Hutcheson, president of the White House Correspondents Association.