White House, media relationship strained

Youngman, Sam
June 2009
Hill;6/25/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 75, p8
The article reports on the increasing tension on the relationship between the administration of the U.S. President Barack Obama and the media due to several controversies including the governments' lack of transparency, favoritism and planting questionnaires at press conferences.


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