Well, this is one way you can get court adjourned for the day if you’re the notorious accused murderer Whitey Bulger.
Most predictable White House briefing ever?
“I welcome the opportunity to correct the record, especially for some news outlets who persist in misrepresenting the facts,” Carney says in back-and-forth with Fox’s Ed Henry Wednesday.
“That’s amazing,” White House Press Secretary says.
“Sometimes we don’t have the answers and sometimes we need to go back and get them.”
Facing questions about the recent slate of scandals to hit the White House, the press secretary invokes birtherism.
The White House press secretary has had a bad couple weeks.
“So nobody’s gonna ask me about Myanmar?” Carney asks reporters. Another rough press conference after the administration fails to change the story.
Carney says Obama’s agenda is still on track despite a bad couple weeks.
A carefully constructed news day at the White House careens off course. Fleischer says Carney brought the pain on himself for “throwing gasoline on a fire.”
The White House press secretary used the former Republican presidential nominee’s response to Benghazi as a way to attack Republicans for allegedly politicizing of the September 11th Benghazi terrorist attacks.
Some Democrats say the White House should draw the line after fixing flight delays. White House keeps its options open.
Carney’s not ready to throw in the towel.
Fox News’ Ed Henry presses White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on possible future abortion legislation in Washington D.C. based on the Gosnell case happening in Philadelphia. “The president does not and cannot take a position on an ongoing trial.”
White House press secretary Jay Carney responded today to a question about a Jay-Z lyric involving President Obama from the rapper’s Brooklyn Nets diss track. As this exclusive transcript indicates, it was not the session’s only musical digression.
Challenge accepted, Jay Carney.
The White House press secretary responds to Hova’s new track, Open Letter, with a little afternoon snark.
As the RNC sets out to expand outreach, Democratic reaction boils down to “we’ll believe it when we see it.”
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has also clashed with the U.S. military over repeated delays to the scheduled handover of Afghan detainees, New York Times reports.
The New York Times reported over the weekend that a $500,000 donation to Organizing for Action, the successor organization to Obama For America, would get you “the privilege of attending quarterly meetings with the president.” White House spokesman Jay Carney struggled to deny this point.
The campaign trail really sucks. Or does it? In an exclusive excerpt from Panic 2012: The Sublime and Terrifying Inside Story of President Obama’s Final Campaign, Michael Hastings explores the weirdly addictive qualities of most expensive election in history, the “brutal caste system” of the press corps, and how the White House Press Secretary picked up a dangerous $10,000-a-day habit.
White House press secretary reiterates a focus on Congress for action, even as advocates look to the White House for more leadership.
“It’s not a game — it’s the American economy,” Carney scolds.
Carney says it “mirrors” Obama’s approach.
The day after a broad affirmation of LGBT equality, the White House press secretary dodges the question while pressed on the issue. Advocates want answers.
A thought experiment on the verge of becoming policy?