Out of Touch

Friday, January 16, 2004

The Bush White House is hardly the first to regard the press with suspicion and complain about the attack dog media. But no administration has ever so successfully controlled the message coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, or cared so little about cultivating a relationship with the press corps. Ken Auletta recently went inside "Fortress Bush" to explore the question of why reporters are so unwelcome there, and tells Bob what he found.

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