ABC’s Terry Moran joined the crew on the Morning Media Menu.
Before Nightline, Moran spent six years as chief White House correspondent for ABC. “There’s something in the White House press corps, which is healthy, where you’re judged by your peers to some extend on how tough you can be, how sharp your questions are, how aggressive your coverage is. That’s the standard for success among White House reporters… For many White House reporters, they wake up thinking, ‘How do I take a pound of flesh out of the President today?’”
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