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Ken Herman‘s pool report from the White House today includes this nugget:
At end, AP’s Deb Reichmann attempted to engage POTUS by noting it’s been awhile since he responded to questions.
“With all due respect,” she said with all due respect, “you haven’t taken any questions since Aug. 6.”
“I can’t hear what you said,” Bush responded, with all due respect.
“This way please, through the Rose Garden,” a pool wrangler said, with all due respect.
“You got to speak with a louder voice,” Bush said, with a smile and all due respect.
“I can’t hear you,” he added. “I’m old.”
With that, and with all due respect, the pool was ushered out.
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Were you at the JW Marriot’s Garden Terrace Monday night?
We hear that there was a record crowd, including White House Press Secretary Dana Perino and all the press office, travel office and advance office staffs.
Food? Rare roast beef, fresh garlicky pasta and plenty of wine and beer.
Dana gave a short thank you and introduced husband Peter McMahon. Reporters welcomed back Kelly O’Donnell (who just departed to cover Capitol Hill for NBC) and Steve Holland (now covering campaigns for Reuters).
There was lots of gossip about who to invite as the entertainment for the big dinner next April 26th, 2008, but late night comedians have been ruled out.
Board member Ken Herman of Cox came early and Mike Allen of Politico, who is also a board member, stayed late.
Hopped up pine cones decorate the White House this holiday season, Miss Beazley is lonely, Barney is packing on the holiday pounds and who knew attending church is so expensive?
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