For most Americans, the most-recognizable member of the Obama administration is President Obama. But, another familiar face is the White House press secretary, who is often the face, and the voice, of the administration.
Jay Carney should feel at home in the press room. He served as White House bureau chief for Time Magazine before becoming Vice President Joe Biden's spokesman.
But, the press room can be tough for the man answering the questions, and the reporters asking them. Kristen Welker, NBC News says, "It can be incredibly contentious, it can be playful as you say, but you always have to come prepared and ready to not only ask your question, but as multiple follow-up questions so you can really get to the heart of the matter."
Part pressure cooker, part political inquisition, journalists take us behind the scenes, and tell us what it's like to cover the president, Wednesday night on "News Four at Ten."
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