What’s It Like to Cover the Trump White House?

The White House beat is always challenging, but being in the press corps during the first few months of the Trump administration has truly been a wild ride. From the administration’s daily antagonism toward the press to the physically threatening environment journalists are encountering at rallies and political events — and the simply furious pace of it all — learn how these top journos are doing their jobs in this time of extraordinary news. Underwritten by Nestlé Waters North America

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