Taking Heat

Taking Heat

The President, the Press, and My Years in the White House

Book - 2005
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arena from a perspective few have seen." "Taking Heat is an introspective exploration of the top political events in the first half of the Bush administration, as well as the candid observations of a professional who stood in the bright lights of the world stage."--BOOK JACKET.
history." "In this account, Fleischer goes behind the scenes as he recalls his experiences in the West Wing. Through the ups and downs of this time, he took the heat, fielded the questions, and brought the President's message into living rooms around the world." "This is the story of the men and women of the White House press corps and the cornerstones of democracy: freedom of speech and the freedom of the press. Fleischer presents an in-depth, insider's view on the Washington political
"The early years of the twenty-first century were a tumultuous time in America. The country faced a hotly contested presidential election, the largest terrorist attack in the nation's history, and the early stages of war. Through it all, President George W. Bush surrounded himself with a handful of close advisers. During this time the man beside the President was Ari Fleischer, his press secretary and one of his most trusted confidants. In this role, Fleischer was an eyewitness to
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 0060747625 (acid-free paper)
Branch Call Number: 973.931092 FLE
Characteristics: xv, 381 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm

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