THIS JUST IN!
BULLY BOY SHUTS OUT THE PRESS!
TO LITTLE OUTCRY!
THE DC PRESS CORPS THAT'S GROWN TO ENJOY A GOOD TONGUE LASHING FROM KARL ROVE, GREW A LITTLE MORE SPINELESS IN THE LAST FEW DAYS.
FIRST BULLY BOY DECIDED THAT IT WASN'T NECESSARY TO ALLOW THE PRESS TO TRAVEL WITH HIM. ALLOWING BULLY BOY TO LEAVE "TOWN WITHOUT A CHARTERED PRESS PLANE, OFTEN TO RECEPTIONS WHERE HE TALKS TO DONORS CHIPPING HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WITH NO CAMERAS OR TAPES TO RECORD HIS WORDS FROM THE PUBLIC."
NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER 100 YEARS, THE PRESS CORPS DOES NOT HAVE HEADQUARTERS IN THE WHITE HOUSE -- INSTEAD THEY HAVE BEEN SHOVED TO A CONFERENCE ROOM "ACROSS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE."
ON AUGUST 2ND WHEN BULLY BOY COMMENTED ON THE CLOSING OF THE JAMES BRADY PRESS BRIEFING ROOM IN THE WHITE HOUSE, IT WAS ALL CHUCKLES. NOW SOME WONDER IF THEY WILL EVER "RETURN TO THE WHITE HOUSE."
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