jueves, junio 24, 2004

Clinton vs. the Press
By Howard Kurtz

I suppose I should get back to blogging the campaign, but this Clinton media psychodrama is more fascinating than, say, John Kerry's new ad on reducing health care paperwork.

More on the campaign shortly. But you can't turn on the tube without seeing another talking head putting Clinton on the couch, discussing his book party or assessing his veracity.

The former president always had a push-pull relationship with the press. He was boosted early in '92 by some sympathetic columnists like Joe Klein, then savaged over Gennifer-and-marijuana-and-the-draft. And then boosted by effusive coverage of the Clinton/Gore bus tour.

Artículo completo en Washington Post.
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