Newseum -- Reel Journalism: "The War Room" (w/George Stephanopoulos, Paul Begala and Dee Dee Myers):
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Description of Pictures: Reel Journalism with Nick Clooney: The War Room (1993)
Guests: George Stephanopoulos, Paul Begala and Dee Dee Myers
The movie takes viewers behind the scenes of the 1992 presidential campaign of Bill Clinton to reveal how the young Arkansas governor took on incumbent President George H.W. Bush — and won. More than 15 years later, George Stephanopoulos, Paul Begala and Dee Dee Myers, former Clinton advisers, share their thoughts on the spin machine, the love-hate relationship between candidates and the press, and how American politics has evolved over time.
Stephanopoulos is the host and moderator of ABC’s "This Week" and chief Washington correspondent for ABC News.
Begala is a political contributor for CNN, a top Democratic strategist, and a research professor of government and public policy at Georgetown University.
Dee Dee Myers, the first woman to serve as White House press secretary, worked for President Bill Clinton during his first administration. She is currently a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and a political analyst and commentator.
Welcoming remarks for this event were provided by:
* Joe Urschel, executive director and senior vice president, Newseum
* Leonard Steinhorn, director, Public Communication Division, American University School of Communication
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WARRM_090518_034.JPG: Joe Urschel, executive director and senior vice president, Newseum
WARRM_090518_058.JPG: Paul Begala
WARRM_090518_089.JPG: Nick Clooney, Dee Dee Myers, Paul Begala, George Stephanopoulos
WARRM_090518_097.JPG: Dee Dee Myers, Paul Begala, and George Stephanopoulos @ the Newseum
WARRM_090518_099.JPG: Dee Dee Myers
WARRM_090518_110.JPG: George Stephanopoulos @ the Newseum
WARRM_090518_122.JPG: Nick Clooney
WARRM_090518_135.JPG: Leonard Steinhorn, director, Public Communication Division, American University School of Communication
WARRM_090518_213.JPG: Nick Clooney
WARRM_090518_465.JPG: Paul Begala
WARRM_090518_850.JPG: Chuck Lewis and John Milewski
WARRM_090518_851.JPG: Marcia D'Arcangelo and John Milewski
WARRM_090518_853.JPG: Thomas B. Andrews V (Marcia's husband) and Marcia D'Arcangelo
WARRM_090518_862.JPG: John Milewski and family
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Begala, Paul appears on:
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2013_DC_Pres_Photo_131030 Natl Archives -- Panel -- 9th Annual McGowan Forum on Communications ("Communicating the Presidency") w/Dee Dee Myers, Eric Draper, Sharon Farmer, David Hume, and David Valdez
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