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Lynn Sweet: The New David Broder

From The Daily Beast’s “Five Ways Obama Has Already Changed Washington” (penned by Ana Marie Cox):

    3. The press corps has a new dean.

    David Broder is, of course, Dean Emerita, but the Chicago Sun-Times’ Lynn Sweet will probably taking over the daily duties. What do those entail? The unofficial position is part institutional memory, part guardian of journalistic purity: the walking, talking conscience of the press corps, there to remind them that he’s just a president. Sweet, already a well-regarded reporter and infamous for her acerbic personality, has been covering Obama for years and never really swooned for him as so many of her colleagues did.

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