With a CNN interview today and interviews with Brian Williams tomorrow, Gov. Sarah Palin has now made the rounds to the national networks. But on CBS News’ From the Road blog, Scott Conroy writes that Palin is becoming much more accessible in the final weeks of the campaign to the press corps trailing her:
In the past two days alone, Palin has answered questions from her national press corps on three separate occasions. On Saturday, she held another plane availability, and on Sunday, she offered an impromptu press conference on the tarmac upon landing in Colorado Springs. A few minutes later, she answered even more questions from reporters during an off-the-record stop at a local ice cream shop.
By contrast, [Sen. Joe] Biden hasn’t held a press conference in more than a month, and Obama hasn’t taken questions from his full traveling press corps since the end of September…
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