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December 2, 2013
18:23 // 10 months ago
December 23, 2011

Reporting on the campaign trail: Harder than you might think

  • on camera A candidate like Mitt Romney, for example, fields questions day in and day out, and it’s not an easy racket. NBC’s Chuck Todd explains: “[It’s] tough to have the 75th interview in the last 72 hours. Everything’s been asked.” It’s a game where being first and asking the best questions is key.
  • off camera Members of Romney’s press bus tour have traveled since June. NBC reporter, producer and cameraman Garrett Haake explains it as such: “You’re running around. You’re on buses. You’re on planes. You don’t see your family, but you wake up in the morning and you still really want to do it.” source

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1:09 // 2 years ago
January 10, 2011
It appears our press materials have leaked early for our planned “First Annual White House Press Corps Kegger.” This is how we expect things to go a little later in the day, after our Commander-in-Chief has downed an entire six pack left over from the Beer Summit. Dude can’t handle much Bud Light before he gets all goofy. (thanks pantslessprogressive)

It appears our press materials have leaked early for our planned “First Annual White House Press Corps Kegger.” This is how we expect things to go a little later in the day, after our Commander-in-Chief has downed an entire six pack left over from the Beer Summit. Dude can’t handle much Bud Light before he gets all goofy. (thanks pantslessprogressive)

22:46 // 3 years ago