White House press corps

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The White House press corps is the group of journalists, correspondents, or members of the media usually stationed at the White House in Washington, D.C., to cover the president of the United States, White House events, and news briefings.wikipedia
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White House Press Secretary

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The White House press secretary or a deputy generally holds a weekday news briefing in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room.
The press secretary interacts with the media, and deals with the White House press corps on a daily basis, generally in a daily press briefing.

James S. Brady Press Briefing Room

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The White House press secretary or a deputy generally holds a weekday news briefing in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room.
It is located between the workspace assigned to the White House press corps and the office of the Press Secretary.

West Wing

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Their offices are located in the West Wing.
Adjoining the press secretary's office, in the colonnade between the West Wing and the Executive Residence is the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room along with work space for the White House press corps.

Kristen Welker

She serves as a White House correspondent based in Washington, D.C..

Andrew Beatty

He is best known for his current role as the White House Correspondent for Agence France-Presse (AFP).

Andrew Feinberg

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Andrew Feinberg is an American journalist and the White House Correspondent for Breakfast Media.

Jake Turx

The first Hasidic Jew to become a member of the White House press corps, Turx received international media coverage on February 16, 2017 after posing a question regarding anti-Semitism to President Donald Trump during a press conference.

April Ryan

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Since 1997, she has served as a White House correspondent and is the Washington, D.C., bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks.

Ann Devroy

She was a White House correspondent for 15 years, for the Gannett Company, USA Today (1979–1985), and The Washington Post (1989–1997).

Yahoo! News

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Veteran journalists (including Walter Shapiro and Virginia Heffernan) were hired, while the website had a correspondent in the White House press corps for the first time in February 2012.

Sarah McClendon

Sarah Newcomb McClendon (July 8, 1910 – January 8, 2003) was a long-time White House reporter who covered presidential politics for a half century.

Greg Kelly

Previously, he was the co-host of Fox and Friends and White House correspondent for Fox News.

John Dickerson (journalist)

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Before joining Slate, Dickerson covered politics at Time magazine for 12 years, serving the last four years as its White House correspondent.

Connie Lawn

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At the time of her death she was the longest-serving White House correspondent.

David Martosko

Martosko is DailyMail.com's chief U.S. political correspondent and a member of the White House press corps.

Christoph von Marschall

During the period 2005 to 2013 he was the only German in the White House press corps.

Ami Magazine

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Ami's political correspondent Jake Turx became the magazine's first member of the White House press corps with the start of the Donald Trump administration.

Helen Thomas

Helen Amelia Thomas (August 4, 1920 – July 20, 2013) was an American reporter and author best known for her longtime membership in the White House press corps.

Jane Mayer

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She was the first woman at the WSJ to be named White House correspondent, and subsequently, senior writer and front page editor.

John Palmer (TV journalist)

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During his tenure with NBC News, he held several positions, including correspondent stints in Chicago, Paris, and the Middle East; White House correspondent (1979–1982); anchor of the Sunday edition of NBC Nightly News (1984-1986) and news anchor for The Today Show (1982–1989).

Sean Quinn (writer)

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He was a member of the White House press corps representing the political blog FiveThirtyEight.com.

Mark Smith (journalist)

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Mark Storey Smith is an American journalist, serving as White House Correspondent for the Associated Press.

Juan Williams

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At The Washington Post for 23 years, Williams has worked as an editorial writer, op-ed columnist, White House correspondent and national correspondent.

Herb Kaplow

In 1968, he became a White House correspondent.