President Obama will hold his first news conference since before the election today at 1:30 pm in the White House briefing room.
I completely agree with Kathleen! Either you cover it or you don't! Plus the online streaming frequently became inaudible. I also hate being glued to a screen.
I second what Kathleen said. It seemed silly to leave the President's press conference for a pre-recorded show.
I really don't appreciate the station's cutting away frm the live news conference in order to let your commentators have their say. I am way less interested in your comments than in the President's. And I like being able to listen ito the radio while I do other things, and not have to be glued to a device. I am turning off the station now. Regretfullky....
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