White House Photographer Responds to Access Controversy

White House photographer Pete Souza says other photographers get plenty of access to Obama.

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When a group of White House photographers staged a mutiny on Thursday, complaining that they were being shut out of events while the White House produced images of its own, White House photographer Pete Souza responded in the form of a says-it-all tweet.

On Thursday, the White House Correspondents Association sent a letter to press secretary Jay Carney saying “As surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist’s camera lens, officials in this administration are blocking the public from having an independent view of important functions of the Executive Branch of government.”

On Thursday night, Souza, who releases photos of the president on Instagram and Twitter, responded with a visual “Oh yeah?”

7 comments
Yoshi
Yoshi

It's not nice to toy with the Ministry of Information's officers........


Paul,nnto
Paul,nnto

"When a group of White House photographers staged a mutiny"

A mutiny, you say? 


Openminded1
Openminded1

@Paul,nnto You must get down on your padded knees every morning and give thanks to your savior Barry Obama. Get a job at the WH maybe you can pull a Monica for Obama>

Openminded1
Openminded1

@jimmyjimmyjimmy111 @Openminded1 @Paul,nnto The handle is meant to be ironic., The moron who uses his name 3 times.