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Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to staff:
“The men and women who have covered the White House for the AP dating back to the middle of the 19th century have truly had a ‘front row seat to history,’” former President George H.W. Bush wrote.
AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to her staff:
When President Donald Trump met with high school students, teachers and parents affected by school shootings at the White House on Wednesday, he was photographed holding handwritten notes.
Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Sally Buzbee today
announced a key appointment: White House Correspondent Julie Pace is AP’s new
Washington bureau chief.