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This YouTube -- hair the sack and a -- whining among reporters that the president's keeping that and not keeping them at arm's length once again say dates who.
Well it's no secret that from day one of -- Obama presidency.
There has been complaints from the media that they have been a lot more insular and a lot less open to the press then you know.
Quite a few of the previous administrations including bush won.
And -- we are seeing a pretty wide conversation about this following an AP article that really shed some light on this.
And it's good -- the coming up it is a little bit dismaying though that it has taken the entire first term to really come to terms with this and to really bring it to be open.
But nevertheless that is the situation we are facing today and that is that something at the White House continues to carry out.
Is the Associated Press Maddon finally taking notice that they are not getting quite the access that they might have liked.
A big deal is that significant in itself Justin.
I think it is very significant this is a you know organization that doesn't necessarily have an ax to grind.
And they are really speaking truth to power in this situation especially when it's something that is.
You know a lot more extensive than a lot of people realize.
You know this is not just Obama now holding a press conferences this is a situation where.
You know big history making moments are going the White House and oftentimes we only get.
A photo that's released by the official White House photographer.
And anybody understands political journalism knows the rules that photos in the roles that video really plays in the larger discussion you know.
You can look back and all those principles -- present photos of Vietnam -- the Berlin Wall or whatnot and a lot of that is unfortunately being lost by the White House's decision to be.
Less than transparent with the press.
I -- but isn't some of this Justin -- simply a fact of the of the changing way in which we.
Could all communicate with each other the White House.
Doesn't need to go on the the network evening news now they don't need to put the president out on that they don't even need Bill O'Reilly when they can -- -- all day every day.
If it's just it's different it's it's a different way of communicating and isn't it -- of that that they're able to reach the people directly so why not.
No in my humble and in -- -- but.
Context and analysis and -- role of journalism is sort of a time list.
Value and that's something that goes on you know beyond the -- new rules of technology this is something that really needs to be acknowledged as important.
And a lot of American really need to realize how important it is to have.
You know and on filtered view of the White House or you know rent rather view that is analyzed by.
People who -- on a stroke.
It's all right Justin document -- -- -- going to see you as always Justin thank you very much.
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