Lawrence Ari Fleischer (born October 13, 1960) was the press secretary for U.S. President George W. Bush from January 2001 to July 2003. Fleischer was born in Pound Ridge, New York. Fleischer is a Jewish-American. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ari Fleischer"
William Daniel Moyers (born June 5, 1934) is an American journalist and public commentator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Moyers"
Charles Griffith Ross ( 1885 - 1950) was a U.S. journalist. He served as White House Press Secretary between 1945 and 1950. He won the 1932 Pulitzer Prize for his article entitled, "The Country's Plight, What Can Be Done About It?", a discussion of the economic situation of the United States. His grandson, John Ross is the author of the bestselling novel Unintended Consequences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Griffith Ross"
Dee Dee Myers (born Margaret Jane Myers on 1 September 1961 in Providence, Rhode Island) served as White House Press Secretary for the first two years of the Clinton administration, from January 20 1993 to December 22 1994. In the first months of the Clinton Administration she was widely seen as something of a pretender, as Clinton advisor George Stephanopolous actually conducted the daily press briefings instead of Myers. However, after a few verbal missteps by Stephanopolous early in the administration, Myers was conveniently allowed to serve in the traditional role of the press secretary, and is considered to have had a successful tenure. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dee Dee Myers"
George Edward Akerson ( September 5th, 1889 - 1937) was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Akerson attended the University of Minnesota, taking classes in Science, Literature and Art. After leaving there, he received a job at the Minneapolis Tribune. In 1910 Akerson started at Harvard University, later receiving a BA in Political Science in 1912. Akerson married Harriet Blake, a Wellesley College graduate, on June 28th, 1915. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Edward Akerson"
Jake Siewert served as White House Press Secretary from September 30 2000 to January 19 2001 during the administration of President Bill Clinton. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jake Siewert"
James “Jim” Scott Brady (born August 29, 1940) was Assistant to the President and White House Press Secretary under President Ronald Reagan. After nearly being killed and becoming permanently disabled as a result of an assassination attempt on Reagan in 1981, Brady became an ardent supporter of gun control. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Brady"
James Campbell Hagerty ( May 9, 1909 - April 11, 1981) served as White House Press Secretary from 1953 to 1961 during the Eisenhower administration. ...more on Wikipedia about "James C. Hagerty"
Jerald Franklin terHorst (born 1922) was the first person to serve as press secretary for President Gerald Ford. He served in that capacity for exactly one month, resigning as a result of President Ford's announcement that he would pardon former president Richard Nixon for any possible crimes connected with the Watergate scandal. It is generally believed today that terHorst resigned because he disagreed, in principle, with the decision to pardon Nixon for his Watergate activities. However, at the time the story that was circulated was that terHorst had resigned because he had been blindsided by Ford's decision, having consistently denied to reporters in his daily press briefings that Ford had any intent of issuing a pardon. Once the pardon was issued, the story went, he (terHorst) felt that any credibility that he had had with reporters had been destroyed, and that he would subsequently be unable to function satisfactorily in the position of press secretary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jerald terHorst"
Joseph Lockhart served as White House Press Secretary from October 5 1998 to September 29 2000 during the administration of President Bill Clinton. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Lockhart"
Joseph "Jody" Lester Powell (born September 30 1943) is a U.S. administrator. He served as White House Press Secretary between 1977 and 1981. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Lester Powell"
Larry Speakes (born September 13 1939) was the spokesman for the White House under President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Larry Speakes"
Max Marlin Fitzwater (born November 24, 1942) was White House Press Secretary for six years under presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, making him one of the longest-serving press secretaries in history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marlin Fitzwater"
Mike McCurry, born 21 December 1954 in Blackwell, Oklahoma, and educated at Princeton and Georgetown, is an American politician, lobbyist, theologian, and educator. Best known as the former press secretary for Bill Clinton's administration, he is the CEO and founder of Grassroots.com. He is also active within the administration of the United Methodist Church, serving as a lay delegate to the Church General Conference and on various denominational boards. He is married, with three children, and lives in Kensington, Maryland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike McCurry"
Pierre Emil George Salinger ( June 14, 1925 – October 16, 2004) was a White House Press Secretary to U.S. Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He later became known for his work as an ABC News correspondent, and in particular for his stories on the American hostage crisis in Iran, the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, and the crash of TWA flight 800. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pierre Salinger"
Ron Nessen (born May 25 1934) was a press secretary for President Gerald Ford from 1974 to 1977. He replaced Jerald terHorst, who resigned in the wake of President Ford's pardon of former president Nixon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ron Nessen"
Ronald Louis Ziegler ( May 12, 1939 – February 10, 2003) was White House Press Secretary during United States President Richard Nixon's administration, from 1969– 1974, and Assistant to the President in 1974. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ron Ziegler"
Scott McClellan (born 1968 in Austin, Texas) is the current White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scott McClellan"
Stephen Tyree Early ( August 27, 1889 - August 11, 1951) was a U.S. journalist and government official. He served as White House Press Secretary from 1937 to 1945 and again in 1950. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stephen Early"
The White House Press Secretary is a senior White House official with a rank one step below Cabinet level. The Press Secretary is the primary spokesperson for the Administration. ...more on Wikipedia about "White House Press Secretary"
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