Hold on, Mr. President!
Here is the brashest, most irreverent, most provocative television reporter in Washington telling us just how he got there, and how he gets away with it...that is, with being the nation's most celebrated and outspoken White House correspondent....From the press room at the White House to barbecues in Plains, to the Middle East during Carter's historic peace initiative, to the scene of the assassination attempt on President Reagan, to the superpower summits and the Iran-Contra scandal, Donaldson is always on the spot, asking tough questions and getting the answers....
37 pages matching turned in this book
Results 1-3 of 37
What people are saying - Write a review
anchor anchorman answer asked Reagan audience began believe Billy Kay Brinkley program broadcast budget called camera campaign correspondent course cover David David Brinkley Deaver Democratic Donaldson election fact Frank Reynolds going Gorbachev H. L. Hunt hostages interview Jimmy Carter Jody Powell Kennedy knew Koppel Larry Speakes later leaders look mind missiles morning Nancy Reagan never night Nixon once Oval Office Paso Peter Jennings photo opportunities Pierre Salinger Powell president's press conference press corps press pool press room press secretary producer questions radio replied reporters Richard Nixon Rodino Ronald Reagan Roone Arledge Secret Service Senator shot Shultz Smith someone sometimes Soviets speech story summit Sunday sure talk tape television tell things thought told took tried trip trying turned Walter Washington watching week Westin what's word wrong WTOP-TV
All Book Search results »