“Women of Cover”

Saturday, October 20, 2001

How does a presidential staff control the verbiage of their boss? After the neologistic Bushism “women of cover” surfaced twice in a news conference, Bob asked New York Times Magazine writer D.T. Max about the people who mold the President’s language and image.

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