Kerry Takes No Questions

Friday, September 17, 2004

The media have long complained about President Bush's scarceness with the press. After all, he's held fewer solo press conferences than any of his predecessors in 50 years. By way of contrast, a President Kerry would grant one press conference per month - or so he has promised. But candidate Kerry is not nearly as generous with his time. Brooke talks with Washington Post reporter Paul Farhi about the recent brownout by the Kerry campaign.

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