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2017-07-31 Anthony Scaramucci sacked as Trump media chief White House, Washington
C. 2017-02-25 Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner White House, Washington
D. 2006-09-29 Journalist: Bush 'concealing Iraq violence' Washington
E. 2006-06-26 Bush blasts 'terror funds' report Washington
F. 2004-02-08 Bush sets case as 'war president' Washington

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Jul.31
  Washington: White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired after fewer than 10 days in the post
Feb.25
  Washington: US President Donald Trump has announced he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on 29 April

Feb.18
  US President Donald Trump has launched another fierce attack on the media at a 'campaign rally for America' event in the state of Florida


year 2006 Top ^

Sep.29   Journalist: Bush 'concealing Iraq violence'
  Washington: Veteran journalist Bob Woodward has claimed that the true extent of insurgent attacks has been hidden
Jun.26   Bush blasts 'terror funds' report
  Washington: The president has accused newspapers of hampering the war on terror by publishing details of a secret scheme

year 2004 Top ^

Feb.8   Bush sets case as 'war president'
  Washington: US President has issued an uncompromising message to voters in a rare extended TV interview


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